Ulster Bank: another logo lost

As companies merge and buy out each other, we lose the old diverse logos that once were rife on our streets, in favour of bland, corporate multinational logos.

On 24 October 2005 Ulster Bank dropped the National Westminister Bank cheveron logo it had used since 1970, and switched to using the Royal Bank of Scotland symbol, with the Royal Band of Scotland logo type replaced by the words “Ulster Bank” in the same font.

Read more about logo retirement:
Logo Graveyard
Society for the Conservation of Urban Visual Heritage

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