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Snyder, Larry L.

Registration Information:

  • Society of American Armigers Registry No.: AA0115
  • Registration Date: 07 April 2022
  • Armiger: Larry L. Snyder of Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA
  • Heraldic Artist: Richard McNamee Crossett

* The following blazon and/or emblazonment are hereby Certified by the armiger listed, to be his/her original (or inherited/matriculated) Arms.

Category: American Armigers

Arms as designed and interpreted by Richard McNamee Crossett
Arms as interpreted by Richard McNamee Crossett


Arms:  Quarterly first and fourth per quarter Ermine and Gules, a saltire raguly couped pointed quarterly Gules and Argent (for Snyder), second and third Argent on a bend cotised Azure a chain of three fraises Argent seeded Or alternating with two saltires faceted Or all conjoined by chain links also Or (for Frazier).

Crest:  A demi-fox rampant Sable collared raguly Gules fimbriated Argent holding a broad-ax erect Gules.

Mantling  Gules doubled Argent.

Motto:  We Cut Well

Badge:  A square knot Gules within a chaplet of oak Or roses Gules.

Design Rationale:

Snyder comes from Schneider, a cutter or a reaper and often a tailor. The cutting is represented by the saltire raguly, cut down and lopped and by the crest fox holding the broad ax. The colors, red, white and black are from the flag of the German Second Empire, 1871-1918.

Other Registration(s):

  • 1995, American College of Heraldry

  • 2010, United States Heraldic Registry, No.: 201000305D

  • 2021: Heraldry of the World, No.: 029/2021

Other Interpretations of the Blazon:

Marshalled Arms

Marshalled Arms

Marshalled Arms + Standard

Marshalled Arms + Standard

Carved & Painted Shield

Carved & Painted Shield

Other Items & Honors

Badge: A square knot Gules within a chaplet of oak Or roses Gules.


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