Coat of arms of the North American Confederation
|Coat of arms of|
the North American Confederation
|Armiger||Government of the North American Confederation|
|Adopted||17 March 1837|
|Crest||A helmet with closed visor or crowned with a Royal Crown|
|Escutcheon||Carnation variant, a bald eagle proper displayed. The grand collar of the Order of William surrounds the shield|
|Supporters||two wild men armed with clubs Proper|
|Motto||Latin: Indivisibiliter ac Inseparabiliter|
|Orders||Order of the Crown|
The coat of arms of North American Confederation bears a bald eagle as its charge. The shield, impossed on the eagle, is the color of the national flag with the "Confederate Stars". The lesser version is used to authenticate certain documents issued by the government.
The shield is emblazoned: Carnation variation, a bald eagle proper displayed, overlaid with the shield of the Confederation. It is surmounted by a helmet with closed visor, with mantling or and sable and a royal crown in lieu of a crest. The grand collar of the Order of the Crown surrounds the shield. Two Wild men armed with clubs Proper support the shield. The whole is placed on a red mantle with ermine lining and golden fringes and tassels, ensigned with the imperial crown.
The greater arms are used only when they are affixed to laws and international treaties.
The lesser coat of arms (as used by the NAC government, on passport covers and the official sites of the monarchy and of the government) consists of the shield, the imperial crown and the collar of the Order of the Crown.