Coat of arms of New Anglia
King William played with countless Ideas of the Coat of arms untill he up with what will see now.
|Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of New Anglia|
The lesser coat of arms of New Anglia as used by the Royal Council
|Armiger||The Kingdom of New Anglia|
|Escutcheon||Azure a Per Pale Sable, a two-head eagle displayed , dexter talon holding a sceptre, sinister talon holding a globus cruciger and ensigned with an imperial crown all Or. An Inescutcheon pale Argent, Azure, Sable|
|Other elements||Mace of Majesty, Sceptre of Dove|
The Blazon reads:
' Azure a Per Pale Sable, a two-head eagle displayed , dexter talon holding a sceptre, sinister talon holding a globus cruciger and ensigned with an imperial crown all Or. An Inescutcheon pale Argent, Azure, Sable The shield is crowned with the Tudor Crown, with two sceptres posed in saltire'
The eagle is a universal symbol representing the sun, power, authority, victory, the sky gods and the royal head of a nation.
The Two staffs at the back are the Mase of Majesty and the Sceptre and Dove or Emblem of Peace, the Crown is the Tudor Crown which is a crown of a King in England but was replace with the recognisable St Edward's Crown.
The reason for the national colours on the coat of arms streches back to when the nation was Voltar and the National Colours White, Blue and Yellow which always appeared on the coats of arm in all of its previous status.