Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow

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FACULTY OF PROCURATORS IN GLASGOW

Arms of Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow

Official blazon

Gules, the figure of St Kentigern affrontee, vested and mitred, his right hand raised in the act of benediction, and having in his left hand a crosier, between two branches of laurel disposed orleways, that on the dexter having a salmon haurient attached by a ring in its mouth thereto, and that on the sinister having an ancient handbell suspended from it, ensigned with a robin-redbreast all proper. On an escroll below the shield this inscription:-" The Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow."

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on March 11, 1912.

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