Continuing our alphabetical way around the exterior of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, we come to the following coats of arms. As before, the non-Kelvingrove images are from Heraldry of the World:
Elgin and Nairn. Here, two coats of arms have been "impaled" on a single shield:
Forfar. Here the arms are so completely different that they share no common elements at all:
Haddington. Here, too, the two shields are completely different:
Next time, Inverness through Peebles!
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