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The crowned red lion passant in Philip Tibbetts’s proposed flag for the county is taken from the Ogilvy family arms



, the original Celtic Earls of Angus – the ancient name of the locality.

The lion is placed in the canton of the field reflecting its placement in the county’s civic arms

Forfarshire CC Arms

Here however it is the only charge, to reference the meaning of the name Angus as ‘unique’. The rest of the field is blue to recollect the colours of the Forfarshire Cricket Club.

Forfarshire Cricket Shirt 2

Forfarshire Cricket Shirt

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