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“Wright Security”, Lewisham: lion rampant

“Wright Security” burglar alarm, Lewisham • This heraldic lion is similar to yesterday’s, only facing the other way, and punching rather than slashing with its paw. Known as a “lion rampant”, it’s a venerable heraldic device that has been used to represent England since Norman times – though because of the colour scheme, this looks more Scottish to me. • Spotted: Deptford Bridge, Lewisham, London, SE8, England, 2002 • Politics: In the Labour constituency of Lewisham Deptford

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