Aberdeen Town and County Banking Company

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ABERDEEN TOWN AND COUNTY BANKING COMPANY (from 1882 Town & County Bank Limited)

Incorporated in 1908 to North of Scotland and Town and County Bank

Coat of arms (crest) of Aberdeen Town and County Banking Company

Official blazon

Gules, a bezant or, between two towers triple towered argent, masoned sable in chief, and a garb of the second in base. Motto (over shield)- " Fide et industria," Supporters: ( Dexter) a leopard, (sinister) a stag, both proper.


The arms were officially granted on November 3, 1863.

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