Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow
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FACULTY OF PROCURATORS IN GLASGOW
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."
The arms were officially granted on March 11, 1912.
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