Wolverhampton and District Permanent Building Society
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WOLVERHAMPTON AND DISTRICT PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY
Arms: Or, in front of a beacon sable, fired proper, two keys in saltire, wards upwards and outwards, also sable; on a chief azure a Stafford knot between two sprigs of thrift, each of three flowers, gold.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, Issuant from the battlements of a tower Or a demi wolf sable charged on the shoulder with a Stafford knot and holding between the forepaws a key in pale, wards outwards, gold.
Motto: Progress with security
The arms were officially granted on December 20, 1963.
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