Coat of arms of Guinea

Coat of arms of Guinea
Details
Armiger Republic of Guinea
Adopted 1993 (Updated in 2011)
Crest a Dove with an olive branch in its beak sitting on the upper rim of the shield, its sprig of olive hanging over the shield
Escutcheon Argent, in base tierced per pale Gules, Or and Vert
Motto Travail, Justice, Solidarite
"Work, Justice, Solidarity"

The present coat of arms of Guinea was adopted in 1993.

Features

The Guinean coat of arms features a dove with a golden olive branch in its beak over a ribbon with "Work justice solidarity". The arms formerly also included a crossed sword and rifle. A former coat of arms in 1960 features a red and yellow shield with a green

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