USSR Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of the Soviet Union, or USSR, was used from 1956 to 1991. However, a similar version dates back to 1923. It is technically an emblem, as it does not follow the rules of European heraldry. It depicts a golden sickle and hammer in front of a globe. A rising sun is located below the globe. A single five-pointed red star, outlined in gold, is depicted above the globe. It is flanked by ears of wheat, wrapped in a red ribbon, that reads "proletariats of the world, unite!" in several different languages[1].
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