Bank of London and Montreal
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BANK OF LONDON AND MONTREAL (1956-1971)
Arms: Quarterly gules and argent, a cross quarterly counterchanged between in the first quarter a maple leaf slipped in autumnal tints proper, in the second quarter a sword erect also gules, in the third quarter an ancient ship sails set also proper pennon and flags flying argent each charged with a cross of St. George, and in the fourth quarter a plate charged with a saltire likewise gules.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, A morion Or.
The arms were officially granted on March 22, 1960.
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