Pine N/A

The arms of those of Pine of Devon. In the thirteenth century Thomas de Pine bore Gules a chevron argent between three pine cones or. Latterly the family bore the chevron ermine. In this stamp the charges are pineapples, the golden apples of the Garden of the Hesperides, which are guarded by Ladon, the dragon with a hundred open eyes. The motto Poma Aurea Servat being the motto of the supporter.

A possible identification is: William Pine (circa 1575-1636) of Woodbury, Devonshire, England. He married Mary (born circa 1580), in Devonshire, and had one son, James. William died circa 1636 in Exeter.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Pine (Stamp 1) Title: Pine (Stamp 1)
Arms: A chevron between three pineapples
Motto: Poma aurea servat
Supporters: The dragon of the Garden of the Hesperides semy of open eyes
Dimensions (height x width): 89mm x 66mm
Heraldic Charges: chevron between, Heraldic Charges: pineapples (3)