Craft and Incorporation of the Fleshers or Butchers of Aberdeen

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CRAFT AND INCORPORATION OF THE FLESHERS OR BUTCHERS OF ABERDEEN

Arms of Craft and Incorporation of the Fleshers or Butchers of Aberdeen

Official blazon

Gules three fleshers' knives fessways in pale and in the dexter side an axe paleways the edge towards the sinister all the blades proper and hafted Argent, in the middle chief a tower triple-towered of Aberdeen.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on May 15, 1682.

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