Saddlers Company London N/A

The Worshipful Company of Saddlers, commonly known as the Saddlers’ Company, is one of the most ancient of the Livery Companies of the City of London, with the earliest surviving records dating from circa 1160 AD. The Guild of Saddlers, the Company's predecessor, is thought to have been an Anglo-Saxon Craft Guild. It became a Company when a Royal Charter of incorporation was granted by King Edward III in 1363. The City granted the Company the right to regulate the trade of saddle-making, and all saddlers within two miles of the City were subject to the Company's regulations. The Company ranks twenty-fifth in the order of precedence of Livery Companies

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Saddlers Company London (Stamp 1) Title: Saddlers Company London (Stamp 1)
Motto: Our trust is in God
Supporters: Two horses reined and plumed
Dimensions (height x width): 43mm x 47mm
Heraldic Charges: chevron between, Heraldic Charges: horse, Heraldic Charges: saddles (3)