Manchester and Salford Bank
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MANCHESTER AND SALFORD BANK (renamed 1890 Williams Deacon and Manchester and Salford Bank; renamed 1901 Williams Deacon's Bank; incorporated in 1929 into the Royal Bank of Scotland)
Azure, a garb or, banded gules, a bordure argent, charged with five torteaux, on a chief of the second, three bendlets of the third. Crest - On a wreath of the colours a demi-eagle displayed with two heads vert, each wing charged with a bezant and on the breast a trefoil slipped or.
Motto : Respice et prospice
The arms were officially granted in 1875.
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