The Seal of the Township

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The Township of Radnor adopted this seal in 1977.Radnor Seal

Meanings of the Symbols

  • Tree - William Penn's "Greene Countrie Towne"
  • Conestoga Wagon - The wagon that traveled the road to the West
  • Wheat Sheaf - Early farming
  • Lion - Found in the coat-of-arms of Radnorshire, Wales
  • Railroad Tracks - Main line of the railroad from Philadelphia to the West
  • Pendules - Found in William Penn's coat-of-arms
  • 1682 - Year of land grant by William Penn
  • 1901 - Year of incorporation of the Township of Radnor
  • Griffin - A fabulous beast with the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion