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All 32 Irish County Coat of Arms, What They Mean and Where They Come From

Posted by Jean-Yves on Mar 7, 2019

Every county of Ireland has its own coat of arms, whether officially granted or via heraldic tradition. In the majority of cases these crests were actually drawn up by the government before being assigned to the counties themselves.

All but one county council in Ireland, South Dublin, have their own personalised ‘coat’, while GAA colours often accompany symbols of dragons, ships and other emblems representing the heritage of the various counties.

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What is the Ormonde Coat of Arms, will someone help me?

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