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Civic heraldry of Ireland
Araltais in Éirinn
BANK OF IRELAND
Azure two cornucopiae in saltire or, in chief a castle argent, for crest on a wreath of the colours a figure of Hibernia, seated vested argent broidered azure, seating on a harp and anchor proper, mantled gules doubled argent and for motto: Bona Fides Reipublicae Stabilitas.
The arms were officially granted on April 30, 1926.
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