Cape Colony Coat of Arms (1876)
This is the coat of arms of Cape Colony that was adopted on May 29, 1876. Cape Colony was a British colony in modern day South Africa. It features a shield that depicts a lion on a red shield with three rings. The lion is both a native animal to the region and is an animal featured on both the British and Dutch coats of arms. The three rings are from the arms of the founder of the colony, Jan van Riebeeck. Above this, three fleur-de-lis are shown, which represent the French Huguenots and their contributions to the early history of the region. The shield is supported by a wildebeest and an oryx[1].
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