Wade N/A

Burke's General Armory attributes the arms and crest to Wade of Hampstead and of Kilnsey in Yorkshire. The arms, with quarterings, were those of Sir William Wade, Lieutenant of the Tower of London in 1608. Judging by the rubbing, the stamp appears to be of the twentieth century, although the engraver has not shown the tincture of the field, which is probably azure. There is a Wade of Honily Hall, Warwickshire in Burke's Landed Gentry 1939, but no arms are given.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Wade (Stamp 1) Title: Wade (Stamp 1)
Arms: A saltire or between four escallops
Crest: A rhinoceros
Motto: Per aquas tecum
Dimensions (height x width): 63mm x 48mm
Heraldic Charges: escallops (4), Heraldic Charges: rhinoceros, Heraldic Charges: saltire between