South Staffordshire Building Society
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SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE BUILDING SOCIETY
Arms: Gules masoned argent, a cross formy Or; on a chief gold a Stafford knot sable.
Crest: On a w_reath Or and gules, A sprig of thrift of three flowers proper entwined with two keys in saltire, the wards in the form of a letter S, upward and outward Or. Mantled gules doubled Or.
Motto: Security and Service
The arms were officially granted on September 20, 1962.
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