National Bank of Australasia

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NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA

Arms of National Bank of Australasia

Official blazon

Gyronny of six Argent and Or, a Cross couped Gules charged with five Mullets of the first.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on September 27, 1954.

The Arms are intended to represent the wealth of Australia (silver and gold) meeting at a central point which is an allusion to the Bank, whilst the cross and mullets are allusive to the Arms of Australia.


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Literature : Low, 1971