This coat of arms for Tony Willenbruch of the Worshipful Company of Engineers, refers to his eighteenth century Germanic roots. This is particularly noticeable by the depiction of the Saxony crossed horses heads in reference to the gable ends of traditional housing in that part of Germany. It also refers to his connections to the R.A.F.
Arms: Sable on each of three Bars wavy Argent a Bar wavy Bleu Celeste all over an Estoile Or on a Chief Gules a Bend sinister couped fesswise in base and terminating in chief in a Horse's Head to the sinister surmounted by a Bend couped fesswise in base and terminating in chief in a Horse's Head to the dexter Argent
Crest: A Horse's Head erased Sable bridled and maned Or charged on the neck with a Pheon Argent.