File:Grand Royal Coat of Arms of France & Navarre.svg
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|DescriptionGrand Royal Coat of Arms of France & Navarre.svg||
English: Grand Coat of Arms of France and Navarre: from 1589 to 1790. From the ascension of Henry III of Navarre as Henry IV of France (first King of the House of Bourbon) to the changing of Louis XVI's title as King of France and Navarre to King of the French. (heraldry and coat of arms having been abolished in France 1790).
|Date||15 October 2009|
|Source||Own Work, , based on: File:France1594.png, File:FranceRoyale.jpg and File:Collier de l'ordre du Saint-Esprit .jpg. With element from: File:Navarre Arms.svg.|
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Arms of France: Azure, three fleurs-de-lis or
Arms of Navarre: Gules, a cross, saltire, (double) orle of chains, all linked, or'
Chain of the Order of Saint Michael
Collar of the Order of the Holy Spirit
Dexter supporter: Angel wearing the tabard of France, carrying the standard of France.
Sinister supporter: Angel wearing the tabard of Navarre, carrying the standard of Navarre
Golden open helm with the Crown of France.
The pavilion armoyé
Royal Mantle of France with a semis of fleurs-de-lis
The Cri or motto: "MONTJOIE SAINT DENIS"
Royal Crown of France
The sacred 'oriflamme', or the war banner of France
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