Derbyshire Building Society
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DERBYSHIRE BUILDING SOCIETY
Arms: Or, a Tudor Rose proper; on a chief vert between two sprigs of thrift, each of three flowers, a castle of three towers, the portcullis raised, all gold.
Crest: On a wreath Or and gules, Upon a mount vert a ram passant proper resting the dexter forehoof upon an escutcheon purpure charged with a mitre Or.
Supporters: On either side a stag proper gorged with a collar of park palings Or and holding in the mouth a sprig of broom also proper.
Motto: Bene serviendo
The arms were officially granted on March 20, 1959.
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