Cork Coat of Arms
Lapel pin, Coat of Arms for Cork City, is a ship sailing between two castles or towers.
The Arms of Cork City were officially registered by the Chief Herald on 23rd August 1949 and are described as 'on waves of the sea a ship three masts in full sail proper between two towers gules upon rocks also proper each tower surmounted by a flag argent charged with a saltire of the third" with the Motto "Statio Bene Fida Carinis."' which translates to "a reliable anchorage for ships"
Cork city in the south of the country, the 'real capitol' the harbour is the second-largest natural harbor in the world, after Sydney habor,
- metal and enamel pin, with a pin and clasp
- strong bold colours,
- dimensions are 2.0 to 2.5 cm.
- durable, well made and engineered
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