GLASGOW, Merchants' House of.
GLASGOW, Merchants' House of. Gules, a terrestrial sphere argent, encircled by an equatorial band cotised sable, charged with the signs of the Zodiac of the last, en surtout an escutcheon parted per fess argent and gules, from a mount in base an oak tree, the stem surmounted of a salmon on its back with a signet ring in its mouth, on the top of the tree a robin redbreast, and in the sinister fess point an ancient hand-bell all proper, in base below the sphere a merchant's mark resembling the figure 4 of the second. Maiitling — Gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the liveries a full-rigged ship in full sail proper, flagged gules, and in an escrol over the same this JMotto — " Toties redeuntis eodem."
[Matriculated in Lyon Register, 27th February 1912.]
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