North of Scotland and Town and County Bank

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NORTH OF SCOTLAND AND TOWN AND COUNTY BANK (from the 1920s again North of Scotland Bank)

Created in 1908 from North of Scotland Bank and Town and County Bank
Incorporated into : 1950 Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank

Coat of arms (crest) of North of Scotland and Town and County Bank

Official blazon

Quarterly: 1 and 4 chequy or and azure, a saltire between three towers triple-towered, one in chief and two in flanks argent, masoned sable; 2 and 1 gules, a bezant between two towers triple-towered argent, masoned as before in chief and a garb or in base. And on an escrol above the shield this Mo-" Ne nimium "; and on a compartment below the shield bearing this Motto-" Fide et Industria," are set for Supporters - On the dexter a leopard and on the sinister a stag, both proper.


The arms were officially granted on May 20, 1908.

The arms are a combination of the arms of the two former banks, with as supporters a lion for the city of Aberdeen and the deer for the county, both taken from the Town and County Bank.

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