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OIC Coat of Arms

OIC Coat of Arms in the Orkney Museum
Picture added on 07 February 2012 at 11:50
I seem to remember we had these on the Tug funnels back in 1976 think they were made and painted by the late Harry Berry. Was there no end to his talents.
Added by Allan Besant on 07 February 2012
Talented indeed! Do you know what it's made of? Fibreglass, like his 'headstone' for Betty Corrigall?
Added by Ian Hourston on 08 February 2012
Alan I mind Harry making the coat of arms for the Sheriff Court tae go above the door, Harry was very proud to have done such a important thing, and as Harry said "Good lord man its the place that all of us must respect at all times".

I think you may find he made all these originals.

Harry lived by a strong moral code always, a man the like of which you are lucky to meet in a lifetime.
Added by John Budge on 09 February 2012
Yes Ian, they were made of fibreglass.
Added by Allan Besant on 09 February 2012
Thanks Allan.
Added by Ian Hourston on 09 February 2012
Are there reproductions of this piece for sale?
Added by Chris on 01 May 2013
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