Coat of arms of Paloma
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|Coat of arms of Paloma |
Escudo de Paloma
Version used on the Flag of Paloma
Version of the arms used by the Government on documents and paperwork
|Armiger||Free Socialist State of Paloma|
|Adopted||20 November 2019 |
(latest version, by Aidan McGrath)
|Escutcheon||A landscape containing a sea and an island with five mountains, standing thereupon between two women holding an escroll with the word “PALOMA” a liberty pole all proper, in chief a rainbow gules, argent, and azure, on either side issuant from behind the shield a pike, a bayonet, and a spear, and two flags, on dexter one banner a tricolor of gules, argent, and azure and one banner gules in canton a star or, on sinister one banner gules in canton a star or and one banner a tricolor gules, argent, and azure|
|Supporters||Pikes, Bayonets, Spears, and Flags of Paloma|
The Coat of arms of Paloma (Spanish: Escudo de Paloma) was created on 20 November 2019, after the establishment of Paloma. It consists of the a triangle featuring two women holding a motto in front of a Phrygian cap on top a mountain range in the ocean surrounded by Pikes, Bayonets, Spears, and Flags of Paloma, which are important symbols in Paloma.
The Paloman National Symbols Act regulates the design and use of the arms. They feature in the centre of the flag of Paloma, used on any official documents issued by the federal, state or municipal governmental authorities.