World Civic Heraldry Guide: coats of arms and flags of cities, regions, states
Canberra (Australia), coat of arms
Crest: A gum tree proper upon a mount vert, surmounted by a portcullis ensigned by an Imperial Crown Or.
Escutcheon: A castle triple-towered and portcullis lowered argent, between in chief a sword and a sceptre saltireways proper surmounted by an Imperial Crown Or, and in base a rose argent, barbed vert and seeded Or.
Supporters: On the dexter a swan sable beaked gules, and on the sinister a swan argent beaked Or.
Motto: For the Queen, the Law and the People.
The arms and crest granted, in pursuance of a Royal Warrant (George V) on 08th October 1928, by the Kings of Arms on 07th November 1928, and the supporters were granted by Garter King of Arms on 09 November 1928.
adopted (dd.mm.yyyy): 18.10.1928
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