Bradford Permanent Building Society
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BRADFORD PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY
Arms: Gules, between two bugle horns in fesse stringed, a key in pale, the bow in chief in the form of three thrift flowers conjoined upon one stem, the double wards in the form of two towers, all Or.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, Out of a garland of roses argent, barbed, seeded and leaved proper, a tower sable irradiated with rays of the sun and pendent from the battlements thereof a bugle horn stringed Or.
Supporters: On either side a ram guardant argent, armed, unguled, murally crowned, and holding in the mouth by the string a tasselled purse Or.
The arms were officially granted on August 1, 1966.
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