Reliance Mutual Insurance Society Limited
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RELIANCE MUTUAL INSURANCE SOCIETY LIMITED (now Reliance Mutual)
Arms: Per chevron gules and argent, in chief a cannon barrel fessewise Or and in base a castle of three towers proper.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, Issuant from a chaplet of roses argent, barbed and seeded proper, a mitre gules, the two points ensigned with two crosses patee Or and the cap charged with a chevron also argent fimbriated gold thereon three escallops sable.
Supporters: On either side a lion guardant Or charged on the shoulder with a portcullis chained sable, in front thereof a slip of thrift stalked leaved and flowered proper.
Motto: Semper fidelis.
The arms were officially granted on November 2, 1951 to the Farringdon Reliance Mutual Life Insurance Society Limited.
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