Coat of arms of Saba
The coat of arms of Saba was established in 1985 by the island council of Saba, when it was still part of the Netherlands Antilles. It remained the coat of arms of Saba after its dissolution and the subsequent change of Saba's constitutional status into a special municipality of the Netherlands in 2010.
It consists of a shield with the local bird Audubon's shearwater and the islands itself. The weapon also contains a fish, a sailing boat and potato, which are symbols for fisheries, Saban seamen and the Saban potato. The motto is written the shield Latin: Remis velisque (literally with oars and sails). The royal decree of 20 September 2010, no. 10.002570 granted this arms to Saba as a public body of the Netherlands.
- "Eilandsverordening van 6 december 1985 tot vaststelling van het wapen van het wapen van het Eilandgebied Saba" (in Dutch). overheid.nl. Retrieved 6 December 2010.
- Hoge Raad van Adel (High Council of Nobility)'s Database page for the coat of arms of Saba
- Jaarverslag 2010 Hoge Raad van Adel
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