Versailles Coat of Arms
The coat of arms of Versailles was adopted in September 1789. The double-headed roaster issuant symbolizes the burgeoning freedom. Fleurs-de-lis were logically added in chief since Louis XVI was still King of France when the arms were adopted. The coat of arms was painted on the flag used by the National Guards in Versailles. The actual coat of arms was designed by the French heraldist Robert Louis[1].
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