The Gardeners Arms pub, 107 London Road, Mitcham, had a heraldic style sign hanging from a post in the centre of the wall on the upper floor. In November 2017, the sign couldn’t be found by the new landlord.
There are three photographs on Merton Memories, and none show a sign attached, for example, this one from 1989:This undated black an white photo shows flower baskets hanging from the wall:
The late Eric Montague, of the Merton Historical Society, took a slide of 109 & 111 London Road in 1966, and this included the pub, which has no sign.
A 1973 photo on the Collage collection also doesn’t show the sign:
The only photograph found so far showing the sign is from Google Street View, from 2008:-
The sign is blurred when zooming in, but what can be seen is shield with a blue background, a white chevron with two objects above and three or more below. The shield has two supporters, one of which may be a gardener. The Surrey Coats of Arms, online at the Surrey History centre website, have been searched for Mitcham arms, and none of these have a field of blue with a white chevron.
Street View of 2012 shows no sign: