|Pringle Heraldry in other Armorials An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Armsbelonging to families in Great Britain and Ireland; forming an extensive Ordinary of British Armorials.by John Papworth. London, 1874.Online here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2]. (Vol. 1)Page 235:Pringle, Torsonce, Teviotdale; and Burnhouse, Scotland: Arg. on a bend sa. three escallops or. Page 272:Pringle, Blindlee, Scotland: Arg. on a bend within a bordure az. three escallops or. Page 483:Pringle, Clifton, Co. Roxburgh; and The Haining, Co. Selkirk: Az. on a chev. arg. three escallops of the first. (Vol. 2)Page 681:Pringle, London, Baronetcy 1766-82: Az. three escallops arg. and with a mullet for diff.Pringle, Stitchel House, Co. Roxburgh; Baronetcy 1683: Az. three escallops or. Page 682:Pringle, Greenknow, Scotland: Az. three escallops within a bordure engr. or. Page 1080:Pringle, Whytbank, Co. Selkirk; a family historically eminent for centuries: Arg. on a saltire engr.sa. five escallops or. A Display of HeraldryBy John Guillim Page 243 Pringle of Stitchel; Azure, three Escallops Or. This Name (Mackenzie says) is corrupted from Pilgrim, their ancient Name, which they had from their Pilgrimages: He adds also, That this Coat they took to denote their devoted Undertakings. [See: Name Origin & Errors] Page 248 Pringle of Gallowshiels; Argent, on a Saltire engrail’d Sable, five Escallops Or. Pringle of Torwoodlie; Argent, on a Saltire engrail’d Azure, five Escallops of the First. The Book of Family Crests [Elven’s Heraldry]Online here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2].Page 385: Pringle [of Stitchill], Bart., Sco.:Crest: A saltier within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.Motto: Coronat fides. Pringle [of Greenknowe], Sco.:Crest: An anchor, (within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.)Motto: Semper spero meliora. Pringle [of Whytbank], Sco.:Crest: A man’s heart, ppr., winged, or.Motto: Sursum. Pringle [of Torwoodlee], Sco.:Crest: A serpent nowed, ppr.Motto: Nosce Teipsum. Pringle [of Clifton], Sco.:Crest: An escallop, between two branches of palm in orle.Motto: Prompte et consel. Pringle [of that ilk and Torsonce], Sco.:Crest: An escallop, or.Motto: Amicitia Reddit Honores. Page 549: Pringle, of Clifton and Haining, Sco.:1. -Crest: An escallop, ar., between two palm branches, vert.Motto: Spero et progredior.2. -Crest: A saltire, sa., charged in the centre with an escallop, az.Motto: Virtutis praemium. A Hand-book of Mottoesborne by the Nobility, Gentry, Cities, Public Companies, &c.translated and illustrated with notes and quotationsby C. N. Elvin, M.A.originally published 1860, reprinted 1963 Page 137:Nosce teipsum = Know thyself - Pringle Page 180:Semper spero meliora = I constantly hope for better things - Pringle Page 189:Spero et progredior = I hope and proceed - Pringle of Clifton Page 195:Sursum = Upwards - Pringle Page 34:Coronat fides = Faith crowns all - Pringle, bt.
Fairbairn's Book of Crests of the Families of Great Britain and Ireland
By James Fairbairn
Pringle [of Stitchill], Sir Norman Robert, Bart., a saltier within a garland of bay-leaves ppr. Coronat fides (Fidelity crowns). - Amicitia reddit honores (Friendship gives honours).
Pringle of Crichton, a saltire arg. Spero et progredior (I hope and advance).
Pringle [of that ilk and Torsonse], an escallop or. Amicitia reddit honores (Friendship gives honours). Plate 141.12
Pringle of Clifton, Roxburghsh., an escallop between two palm-branches in orle. Spero et progredior (I hope and advance). Plate 141.4
Pringle [of Clifton], Scotland, an escallop between two branches of palm in orle. Prompte et consel (Quickly and advisedly). Plate 141.4
Pringle of Haining, Selkirksh., an escallop half opened, an therein a pearl ppr. Praemium virtutis (The reward of virtue).
Pringle of Caledon, co. Tyrone, Ireland, an escallop erminois. Amicitia reddit honores (Friendship gives honours). Plate 141.14
Pringle, James Lewis, of Torwoodle, Selkirksh., Scotland, a serpent nowed ppr. Nosce toipsum (Know thyself). Plate 142.4
Pringle of Whytbank and Yair, Selkirksh., Scotland, a man’s heart ppr., winged or. Sursum (Upward). Plate 112.10
Pringle, Alexander, Junior United Service Club, same crest and motto.
Pringle of Greenknowe, Scotland, an anchor within a garland of bay-leaves ppr. Semper spero meliora (I always hope for better things). Plate 161.10