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FAMILY CREST:
BUCHANAN and WHANNELL

The crest of Scottish families Buchanan and Whannell.

The Latin motto is 'Nuncia pacis oliva' (olive-branch is tidings of peace)

The crest is described as 'a dove and olive-branch'

The crest was found on a sterling silver tea caddy, maker James Mince, London 1798

FAMILY CRESTS: LIST OF NAMES

family crest: BUCHANAN and WHANNELL



























James Mince hallmark on sterling silver tea caddy with family crest: BUCHANAN and WHANNELL






sterling silver tea caddy with family crest: BUCHANAN and WHANNELL

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