Craft and Incorporation of the Bakers of Aberdeen
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CRAFT AND INCORPORATION OF THE BAKERS OF ABERDEEN
Or two baker's peels disposed in saltire Gules each charged with three loaves in pale Argent betwixt a tower triple-towered in chief and millrind in base of the Second [or Third].
The arms were officially granted on May 15, 1682.
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