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Great Coat of Arms of Belgium.svg
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Ọ̀pá àṣẹ Albert II, King of the Belgians
Lílò 17 March 1837
Crest A helmet with raised visor or crowned with a Royal Crown of Belgium
Escutcheon Sable, a lion rampant or, armed and langued Gules with two crossed sceptres (a hand of justice and a lion) or behind a shield. The grand collar of the Order of Leopold (Belgium) surrounds the shield
Supporters Two lions guardant proper each supporting a lance Gules point or with two National Flags of Belgium (Tierced per pale Sable, or and Gules.
Compartment Underneath the compartment is placed the ribbon Gules with two stripes Sable charged with the motto
Motto Faranse: L'union fait la force
Àdàkọ:Lang-nl
Orders Order of Leopold
Other elements The whole is placed on a mantle Gules with ermine lining, fringes and tassels Or and ensigned with the Royal Crown of Belgium. Above the mantle rise banners with the arms of the nine provinces that constituted Belgium in 1837. They are (from dexter to sinister) Antwerp, West Flanders, East Flanders, Liège, Brabant, Hainaut, Limburg, Luxembourg and Namur

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