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County of St. Johns, Florida


Registration number 20060901A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of County of St. Johns, Florida are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below

Blazon adopted by county government:
Arms: In a field of green an Agnus Dei of silver, suspended on the dexter side of the Agnus Dei is a silver banner with red cross (as a direct allusion and symbol of the name of the County). On a heraldic chief of red is a gold castle with towers, with masonry joints in black, and with the windows and doors in red (in recognition of the fortress that was constructed in the military garrison of St. Augustine which is a part of the County).An overall border is composed of eight parts; alternating, a red quadrilateral, with a gold castle and quadrilateral of silver with a purple lion rampant (that is to say, alternating the simplified Arms of Castille and Leon).
Crest: Given for a crest is a mural crown of a province. This is a circle of gold walls with in reality twelve gold towers with all the masonry joints in black. Only seven of the towers are visible in the drawing.


Registration

1991 Chronicler of Arms (Spain) #16746

Note

Adopted in County Ordinance NO. #92-2

Registered by

Michael Swanson

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