Freemen Fleshers of Edinburgh

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Arms of Freemen Fleshers of Edinburgh

Official blazon

Gules, two pole-axes saltireways Or between three bulls' heads couped at the neck Argent, on a chief of the Second a boar's head couped be- tween two garbs of the First.


The arms were officially granted in 2017.

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