Clydebank Technical College
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CLYDEBANK TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Argent, a saltire Gules cantoned between a lymphad, sails furled, in chief Sable, a roundel embattled and pierced in base of the Third, and two open books Proper, fore edges and binding also of the Third in the flanks, a base of the Third masoned Or; over all at the fess point surmounting the saltire a rose of the Second, barbed and seeded Vert.
The arms were officially granted on June 21, 1965.
The design takes its field colour of Argent and ordinary of a saltire Gules from the arms of the County of Dunbarton; the central rose is also a charge taken from that coat. The sailing ship in chief is taken from the arms of Clydebank and the other charges represent technical education.
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