National Employers' Life Assurance Company Limited

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Coat of arms (crest) of National Employers' Life Assurance Company Limited

Official blazon

Arms: Azure, two battle­ axes in saltire Or, surmounted in the centre with a bezant, between in pale as many pelicans' heads erased argent, beaked of the second, vulning themseves proper, and in fesse as many fleurs-de-lys also of the second.
Crest: On a wreath argent and azure, A cubit arm vested azure and charged with a bezant, the hand proper supporting two battle-axes in saltire Or.
Supporters: On either side a pelican argent, beaked and membered Or, vulning itself proper and charged on the wing with a hurt, thereon a bezant.
Motto: Per mutua serviendo tutiores.


The arms were officially granted on December 1, 1960.

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