For those looking for a helping hand in identifying the featured cities, here is a list of the cities included: Aberdeen, Bath, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Coventry, Derby, Dundee, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Inverness, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Oxford, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Southampton, Stoke-on-Trent.
To celebrate having over 350 branches across the UK, including a branch in every major British city, webuyanycar.com have produced this puzzle to test Brits coat of arms knowledge.
The puzzle references 25 British cities, each represented by an artistic interpretation of one of the supporters from each of the included city’s coat of arms. Readers are challenged to see how many cities they can identify using the supporters.
For those that are not familiar with the anatomy of a coat of arms, supporters are the figures usually placed on either side of the shield and are depicted as though they are holding the shield up. They are also sometimes referred to as attendants.
Richard Evans, head of technical services at webuyanycar.com, said: ‘’Webuyanycar.com now operate over 350 branches nationwide, with a branch in every major UK city. We’re proud to be a British founded company and look forward to supporting many more customers across the UK, as we help people sell their car the quick and hassle free way.
'We thought it would be fun to celebrate this by putting together this very British challenge. It wasn’t easy selecting which cities to include in the puzzle. We have tried to select an interesting variety of supporters, some of which have more obvious links to their city than others.'
A small number of the supporters are decorated with features that pay homage to their regions whilst others are trickier to identify. The Manchester, Bradford and Cardiff supporters being amongst those sporting references to their cities.