North Thames Gas Board
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NORTH THAMES GAS BOARD
Arms : Or, issuing from a mount sable a burning bush proper; all within a bordure gules.
Supporters: On either side a salamander gules, inflamed proper, charged on the shoulder with a pellet fimbriated Or, thereon a flame of fire also proper.
Motto: Stet capitolium fulgens.
The arms were officially granted on November 18, 1949. The arms were previously granted on ? to the Gas Light and Coke Company.
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The arms on a war monument in London
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