The red ribbon, a symbol of awareness and support for those living with HIV/AIDS. (National AIDS Trust)

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Italian car-manufacturer's Maserati's trident badge; inspired by the trident attribute held by the Roman god Neptune, as portrayed in Bologna, Italy's, Fontana di Nettuno/Fountain of Neptune, by Giambologna, c.1567; Maserati was founded in Bologna.

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Président's logo comprises the brand name surmounted by the heraldic coats of arms of Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Normandy and Brittany, garlanded by a laurel wreath, symbol of distinguished achievement. (Click through for further information)

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The logo of the Bank of England' this portrays Britannia with a mound of coins next to her, holding a sprig, symbolising growth.

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The Alfa Romeo logo; click through to learn more about its Milan-related symbolism. (The News Wheel)

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The Montblanc logo represents the snow-covered peak of Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest mountain, ‘symbolising the brand’s commitment to the highest quality and finest European craftsmanship’.

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A diamond-set gold pendant resembling a Mercedes-Benz automobile badge. (Bonhams)

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The Mitsubishi logo reflects the company's name. "Mitsu" is Japanese for "three", while "hishi"/"bishi" means "water chestnut" and is part of the Japanese word for a diamond shape. The family crest of the company's founder, Yataro Iwasaki, consists of 3 rhombuses piled on top of one another. In the Mitsubishi logo, they have been rearranged into a triangle shape to recall the three-leafed family crest of the lords of Iwasaki's home town, Tosa.

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Lurpak®; the logo ('Lurmark') comprises two Bronze Age lurs flanking a heraldic shield in the colours of the Danish flag. (Click through for further information)

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