Pringle Coats of Arms on Bookplates and on China
Coffee Pot with the Pringle of Stitchill Coat of Arms on it:
Bowl with the Crest of the Pringles of Clifton and Haining:
The Crest and Motto of the Pringles of Clifton on a gold fob.
Bookplates of the Pringles of Whytbank:
The Bookplate of John Julius Pringle of Charleston, SC, USA:
The Bookplate of W. Alston Pringle of Charleston, SC, USA:
The bookplate of Rear Admiral Henry Dundas Trotter (1802-1859) in pale with the Arms of his wife Catherine Pringle of Stitchill.
From the Records of the Pringles, page 309 - Fife
In 1698 Robert Pringle (son of James Pringle, surgeon-apothecary) gave a siver medal to the winner of the University's (of St Andrew’s, College of St Leonards), silver arrow, engraved with his arms, azure 3 escallops on a shield, and below, the legend “Robert Pringle, cuprensis,” and on the reverse, with the figure of an archer shooting and the legend “Vincenti dabitur,” and the date 1698.