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The crest of Scott family.
The Latin motto is "Amo" (I love).
The crest is described as "A gryphon passant supporting with the dexter fore-claw a swallow tailed banner inscribed with the word NAGPOOR".
The crest has been found on a sterling silver spoon hallmarked London 1867, maker George William Adams, Chawner & Co
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