Dean of Guild Court of the Burgh of the City of Glasgow

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DEAN OF GUILD COURT OF THE BURGH OF THE CITY OF GLASGOW

Arms of Dean of Guild Court of the Burgh of the City of Glasgow

Official blazon

Quarterly of five: 1st: Argent, fretty enarched Vert, a full-rigged ship in full sail Proper, flagged Gules. 2nd. Azure on a chevron couped between two towers in chief Argent, masoned Sable and in base fourteen arrows Or bound of the first, a pair of compasses Proper. 3rd. Gules an ancient Scots nail-hammer and axe in saltire surmounted of a wright's chisel, edge downwards, paleways, all Proper. 4th: Argent on a mount in base Vert an oak tree Proper the stem at the base thereof surmounted of a salmon on its back also Proper with an annulet in its mouth Or, in dexter chief a martlet Gules, in the sinister chief an ancient handbell Proper, 5th entee en point Sable a demi-figure representing St Mungo issuant from the base, vested and mitred, his right hand raised in the act of benediction and having in his left hand a crosier all Proper.
Motto: Salus populi glasguensis

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