Coat of arms of New Eiffel (2018)

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national coat of arms of New Eiffel

The Coat of Arms of New Eiffel, formerly known as the Coat of Arms of New Finland is the former coat of arms of the Principality of New Eiffel and the Kingdom of New Finland. It was adopted on 4 June 2018, and officially replaced with the current coat of arms on 4 March 2019. The design consisted of a eagle at the top, and two supporters, a cat on the dexter, and a fox on the sinister. The shield has a Latin Cross at the bottom, on a background with two colours, grey and green.


The eagle represents freedom, the cat is the national domesticated animal of New Eiffel, the Fox is the national animal, the grey represents trust, the green represents harmony, and the Latin cross represents Christianity.

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