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.

Officine Alfieri Maserati was founded on 1 December 1914 in Bologna, Italy. Since then, Maserati has played a consistently important role in the history of sports car culture and its development.

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

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

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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Logo of Mitsubishi ("three water chestnuts"), in the form of a mon: chestnuts which are represented as rhombuses.

Three-pointed star of 1909, trademark of of Benz and Cie from 1909, three-pointed star in circle from 1916, trademark of DMB and Benz Cie merger in 1926, and the modern three-pointed star; the Mercedes-Benz three-pointed-star logo was originally supposed to symbolise Gottlieb Daimler's ambition of universal motorisation 'on land, on water and in the air'. (emercedesbenz.com)

Three-pointed star of trademark of of Benz and Cie from three-pointed star in circle from trademark of DMB and Benz Cie merger in and the modern three-pointed star

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’.

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’.

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

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

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

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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)

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.

Gary Anderson, creator of the recycling symbol; click through for the history of its creation. (Pic courtesy of Gary Anderson via Waste & Recycling News)

Gary Anderson (right): creator of the recycling symbol 1970 Anderson was a USC Architecture graduate when he entered the Container Corporation of America’s design contest to create what.

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

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

The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) symbol, designed by Gerard Holtom in 1958. (cnduk.org)

Early ceramic badge made by Eric Austin of Kensington CND featuring Gerald Holtom’s symbol. The badge was made from white clay with the design painted in negative in black

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