CVET, David Michael A., FRHSC (Hon)  directory 

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CVET, David Michael A., FRHSC (Hon)
Arms: Quarterly, Argent and Sable an eagle displayed Azure beaked and membered Gules charged on the breast with a rose Argent and wearing a coronet of pearls Gules.
Crest: A demi catamount Azure holding in its dexter paw a sword Argent and resting its sinister paw upon a closed book Gules.
Motto: PRUDENTIA AUDATIA CELERITAS FORTITUDO (Prudence, daring, swiftness, strength)
On a plate within a belt Azure edged, buckled and inscribed with the Motto in letters Argent, an eagle's head erased Azure beaked Gules. Click to view a larger image of the badge.
Flag: A banner of the Arms.
Standard: The Arms in hoist, the fly per fess Argent and Sable charged with the Crest and the Badge.
Cadet Arms:
 Son Michael Ley Peterson Cvet with the Arms debruised of a three-point label Or during his father's lifetime and by his son Curtis Drew Peterson Cvet with the Arms within a bordure Or, all according to the Law of Arms of Canada.
Source: Grant, Canadian Heraldic Authority, October 15, 2004.
Artist: Ilona Jurkiewicz
Herald: Darrel Kennedy
Note: David M. Cvet was the Founder of AEMMA, and is also the 23rd President of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada (RHSC).
Symbolism: click to view symbolism sheetClick the animated book icon to view the formal description of the symbolism behind the design of the arms. The symbol sheet is part of the grant process with the Canadian Heraldic Authority.
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Honorary Fellow
Royal Heraldry Society of Canada
Awarded: 2009
Painted Arms:
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Painted by David M. Cvet, Sep 2009
Rank: Scholler: May 15, 1999
Free Scholler: Oct 15, 2000
Provost: May 1, 2005