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File:Coat of arms of Guernsey.svg


Coat of arms of Guernsey.

Date 13 April 2008
Source Vector version of w:Image:Guernsey-coa.png. Incorporates elements of Image:Flag of Sark.svg, which is also in the public domain.
Author Fvasconcellos ( talk · contribs)
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Coat-elements-2.pngDialog-warning-orange.svg This file depicts a coat of arms.

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