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Česky: Malý státní znak České republiky.
English: Small coat of arms of the Czech Republic.
  • Zákon 3/1993 Sb.,
  • Gesetzt 3/1993 (staatl. Gesetzesblatt),
  • Law 3/1993 (state book of laws),
  • SVG conversion by Tlusťa

Poznámka: Oprávněné osoby používající malý státní znak specifikuje zákon číslo 352/2001 Sb.


Gules, a lion rampant, queue fourchee argent, crowned, langued and armed or.


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( Law No. 121/2000, Article 3, Section a)

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  • an official work, such as a legal regulation, decision, public charter, publicly accessible register and the collection of its records, and also
  • an official draft of an official work and other preparatory official documentation including the official translation of such work,
  • Chamber of Deputies and Senate publications,
  • a memorial chronicle of a municipality (muncipal chronicle),
  • a state symbol and symbol of a regional self-governing unit,
  • and other such works where there is public interest in their exclusion from copyright protection.”

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