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The coat of arms of the Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr is as follows: an escutcheon Argent, a cross sanguine–in the first quarter, the letters IC sanguine; in the second quarter, the letters XC sanguine; in the third quarter, the letters NI sanguine; and, in the fourth quarter, the letters KA sanguine. In the center of the coat of arms is an escutcheon or with a pomegranate natural (the pomegranate being a symbol of God's divine grace).

 

The banner or “flag” of the Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr is as follows: Argent field, with the full coat of arms of the Order superimposed in the center of the field.

 

 

 

 

The banner  or "flag" of the Grand Knight is the standard of Konstantine Pandolfi in his personal capacity as Grand Knight of the Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr.

Formal Coat of Arms of the Order
Formal Coat of Arms of the Order

The official and formal coat of arms with the collar of The Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr.

Flag
Flag

The banner or “flag” of The Holy Orthodox Order of Saint George the Great Martyr.

Standard of the Grand Knight
Standard of the Grand Knight

Heraldry