A representation of a city wall in the form of a crown, borne above the shield in the arms of distinguished soldiers and of some civic authorities.‘The five embattlements on the mural crown represent the five campaigns in Europe during World War II.’
- ‘Argent on a cross gules enfiled in pale by two mural crowns or a rose of the first stalked and leaved proper.’
- ‘Above the mural crown is a garb or sheaf of wheat or corn used to represent farming.’
- ‘A silver mural crown in five towers stamps the coat of arms.’
- ‘The white and blue waves refer to the River Mersey and the six mural crowns, being civic emblems, to the six constituent districts.’
2(in ancient Roman times) a crown or garland given to the soldier who was first to scale the wall of a besieged town.