Sunderland Building Society
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SUNDERLAND BUILDING SOCIETY
Arms: Argent, a lymphad sable, flying flags and pennon of St. George, the sail azure charged with a representation of the cross of St. Cuthbert argent; on a chief embattled gules a sprig of three Thrift flowers between two keys erect, . wards upwards and outwards, Or.
Crest: Out of a mural crown sable a cubit arm proper, the hand grasping a sextant also sable. Mantled sable and gules, doubled argent.
Supporters: On either side a lion argent, crowned Or, gorged with a chain, pendent therefrom a lozenge sable charged with an anchor gold.
Motto: Nil timendun auspicibus nos
The arms were officially granted on May 5, 1963.
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