Pembroke College Oxford N/A

Pembroke College, Oxford, was founded by James I, in 1624, with money pledged by Thomas Tesdale and Richard Wightwicke. It was a refoundation of the medieval Broadgates Hall, and incorporates its original buildings. The new college was named for the Earl of Pembroke, then Chancellor of the University, and the arms are those of the Earl with a chief incorporating the royal badges to commemorate King James.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Title: Pembroke College Oxford (Stamp 1)
Arms: Per pale azure and gules three lions rampant argent on a chief per pale argent and or a rose gules and a thistle
Dimensions (height x width): 72mm x 63mm
Heraldic Charges: chief, on a, Heraldic Charges: lions rampant (3), Heraldic Charges: per pale, Heraldic Charges: rose, Heraldic Charges: thistle