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Bank of Montreal
Registration of Arms and Supporters
November 16, 1992
Vol. II, p. 138
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Argent a saltire Gules between in chief a rose of the last barbed, seeded, leaved and slipped in base a beaver to the sinister and in fess a thistle leaved and slipped and a sprig of shamrock proper a bordure per pale Sable and Vert;
Upon a log of maple fesswise sprouting a beaver proper;
Upon a grassy mound on either side a North American Indian to the dexter in full dress holding in the exterior hand a calumet and raising the other hand to the forehead the sinister in hunting dress holding in the exterior hand a bow all proper;
CONCORDIA SALUS. This Latin phrase means "Harmony is salvation".
In general, the symbolism of emblems prior to 2000 does not exist in an appropriate format for the online Register.
Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on July 25, 1992, in Volume 126, page 2302 of the Canada Gazette.
* Not applicable / Sans objet
The recipient's emblems were originally recorded in the records of the College of Arms, London, England, 21 April 1934.