Royal Dental Hospital of London School of Dental Surgery
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ROYAL DENTAL HOSPITAL OF LONDON SCHOOL OF DENTAL SURGERY
Quarterly purpure and vert, on a cross patonce quadrate in the centre argent between in the first and fourth quarters an antique crown and in the second and third quarters a rod of Aesculapius Or, an open book proper, bound gules edged Or.
The arms were officially granted on May 15, 1950.
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