Coat of Arms
Lamb and Flag
The tin stamp used by the smelting house at Gulval village to mark its blocks of tin.
Represents Madron and its connections with the Knights of St John
Crossed Keys and Sword
The crossed keys of St Peter represent Newlyn and the sword of St Paul represents the village of Paul.
The ship, the fisherman and the pirate
The importance of Penzance as a major port is represented by a ship with all guns firing; a fisherman carrying a net; and a pirate holding a cutlass. The pirate also celebrates the town’s famous association with Gilbert & Sullivan’s opera The Pirates of Penzance.