Isle of Wight Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of the Isle of Wight were granted in 1938. It features a shield supported by a horse and seahorse, which represents the agricultural and seafaring traditions of the county, respectively. These animals are white as white is derived from the arms of Kent, as both the Isle of Wight and the ancient Kingdom of Kent were both settled by Jutes. The shield depicts Carisbrooke Castle, the historical seat of government of the island, as well as three yellow anchors, symbolic of the island's maritime history. A banner at the bottom contains the motto "All this beauty is of God"[1].
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