Craft and Incorporation of the Wrights and Coopers of Aberdeen

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CRAFT AND INCORPORATION OF THE WRIGHTS AND COOPERS OF ABERDEEN

Arms of Craft and Incorporation of the Wrights and Coopers of Aberdeen

Official blazon

  • (1682) Quarterly: 1st Gules a tower triple-towered Argent; 2nd Gules a compass Or; 3rd: Azure a square Or; 4th [Azure] A wright's axe Argent slassed Or.
  • (1696) Quarterly. First: Gules, a Wright's Compass or. Second: Azure, a Cooper's Axe argent. Third: Azure, a Square or. Fourth: Gules, a Cooper's Compass or. Over all, on at escutcheon, the Coat of the Royal Burgh of Aberdeen.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted in 1696.

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The previous arms were officially granted on May 15, 1682.

Arms of Craft and Incorporation of the Wrights and Coopers of Aberdeen

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