Sometimes mistakenly called the crest, the Fraternity Coat of Arms is described in heraldic phraseology, as: “Or on a bend gules, a nowed serpent between two swords, points downward, pale wise, all of the first. On an Esquire’s helmet the crest an eagle displayed Or”. The crest is actually the eagle,a part of the Coat of Arms.
Over the years, there have been a total of 9 modifications or versions of the Coat of Arms, as displayed below (minus the most recent in 2016). Most of the different versions of the coat of arms were updates or additions to the older versions, rather than complete revisions.