Coat of arms of Solomon Islands
The coat of arms of Solomon Islands shows a shield which is framed by a crocodile and a shark. The motto is displayed under it, which reads "To Lead Is to Serve". Over the shield there is a helmet with decorations, crowned by a stylised sun.
|Coat of arms of Solomon Islands|
|Armiger||Elizabeth II in Right of Solomon Islands|
|Crest||on a helmet guardant, lambrequined Argent and Azure, a Solomon Islands war canoe proper and a Sun radiant Or|
|Torse||Argent and azure|
|Blazon||Or, a Saltire Vert charged with two spears in saltire, points in base and a bow and two arrows charged with a native shield in fess point, between two Turtles all proper, and on a chief Azure an Eagle sejant on a branch between two Frigate birds all proper|
|Supporters||on the dexter, a Crocodile, and on the sinister a Shark, both proper|
|Compartment||A stylised two-headed Frigate bird Sable|
|Motto||To Lead Is to Serve|
Historical Coats of Arms and emblemsEdit
Solomon Islands badge (1947–1956)
- "Solomon Islands flags at Flags of the World.net". 2017-04-27. Retrieved 2017-04-27.
- "Solomon Islands historical flags at Flags of the World.net". 2017-04-27. Retrieved 2017-04-27.
- "British Solomon Islands Protectorate 1947-1956 at Flags of the World.net". 2017-04-27. Retrieved 2017-04-27.