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County : Cork

Arms (crest) of Cobh

Official blazon

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  • (1870) Argent, a ship of war in full sail; from the mast head the Royal Standard of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, all proper; in the center Chief point a harp ensigned with the Imperial Crown also proper, between in fesse two trefoils slipped vert. Motto : Nomine Reginæ Statio Fidissima Classi.


I have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms.

The previous arms were granted on October 3, 1870 to (then) Queenstown.

Arms (crest) of Cobh

The arms from 1870 (official register of grants)
Arms (crest) of Cobh

The arms on a 1905 postcard

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