Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Arms: Or, on a mount vert, a female figure proper vested argent, mantled azure, the right arm extended and entwined by a serpent, holding in the left hand a human skull, both also proper; a chief also azure, thereon a pallet ermine charged with a dagger erect gules, between two portcullis with chains Or.
Motto: True faith, true policy.
The arms were officially granted on August 18, 1885.
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