Fraternity of Dyers of Linlithgow

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FRATERNITY OF DYERS OF LINLITHGOW

Arms of Fraternity of Dyers of Linlithgow

Official blazon

Per saltire Argent and Azure in chief an ancient leather money bag proper, drawstrings Gules, in fess two bags of madder Or, corded Sable, and in base a greyhound bitch Sable chained to an oak tree, within a loch Proper. The crest is a forearm paleways Proper grasping two stems of grain tree (Quercus cocciferra).

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted in 1999.

Unfortunately we have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms yet.

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