The Arms of the City of Cambridge
Gules, a gold arched bridge with three towers, above it a fleur-de lys
or between two roses argent, and in base barry wavy silver and azure, and
thereon three ships sable, each with one mast and the sail furled.
On a wreath or and gules, a grassy mound, and thereon a silver bridge.
Two sea-horses, their bodies gules and tails proper, with
Granted in 1575.
Text from C W Scott Giles, Civic Heraldry of England and Wales.
Illustration adapted from that source by Keith Edkins
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