Ulster Office of Arms N/A

The office of Ulster King of Arms (and Principal Herald of Ireland) was established in 1552 by King Edward VI to replace the post of Ireland King of Arms, which had lapsed in 1487. In 1943, the office of Ulster was combined with that of Norroy, and the Norroy and Ulster King of Arms now has jurisdiction over the counties of Northern Ireland, as well as England north of the Trent. Norroy and Ulster has also acted as Registrar and King of Arms of the Order of St Patrick since 1943, though no knights of that Order have been created since 1934, and the last surviving knight died in 1974. Heraldic matters in the Republic of Ireland are handled by the Genealogical Office in Dublin.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Ulster Office of Arms (Stamp 1) Title: Ulster Office of Arms (Stamp 1)
Arms: Or a cross gules in chief a harp a lion passant gardant and a portcullis
Motto: Miserere mei Deus
Order: St. Patrick
Dimensions (height x width): 119mm x 59mm
Coronet: King of Arms
Heraldic Charges: cross, Heraldic Charges: harp, Heraldic Charges: lion passant gardant, Heraldic Charges: portcullis