Baker Coat of Arms

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Baker Coat of Arms

The Baker Coat of Arms

Heraldic Description: Argent on a saltier engrailed sable five escallops of the first on a chief sable a lion passant of the field.

Source: Burke’s General Armory

This Baker coat of arms is of English origin.

Baker is an occupational name for one who was a baker or baked bread.

Spelling variations include Bakere, Baiker and Backer.

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