What is the best european one?
Extra points if you don't choose your country.
Sorry, Italian looks worse, so German is 2nd
>Doesn't even have a fucking CoA
>Has a fucking EMBLEM
>Can't make this shit up
I have my family's coat of arms at home, and it has a lion, two swords, a crown and this shit in pic related.
You little shit.
Wow, so cuuutttteee a unicorn and all that.
The brits are so sweet I just want to pinch their little cheeks.
>Legend tells us of Croatian king Drzislav, who waged a fierce war over Dalmatia with Venetian doge Peter II Orseolo. Unfortunately, he fell into enemy captivity and was thrown into a dungeon. Doge learned that he shared a passion for chess with Drzislav, and gave him a witty offer- if the Croatian king can beat him three times in a row, he would win his freedom. Drzislav accepted, and the royal rivals clashed over the board. As it came to be, the Croat won three parties in a row, and was released. To eternally commemorate his victory, Drzislav added a chessboard to the Croatian insignia.
How dare you insult our glorious symbol
Poor German coat of Arms Eagle looks like he's about to kill himself.
I know what they represent, but the dollar symbol is coming from them. They were on "guinea coins back in the 16th century, back when the currency of the Habsburg empire, which was ruled by the king of spain was the "Taler" (->Dollar), so the simplified pillars turned into the dollar symbol.
A later Dutch coin depicting a lion was called the leeuwendaler or leeuwendaalder, literally 'lion daler'. The Dutch Republic produced these coins to accommodate its booming international trade. The leeuwendaler circulated throughout the Middle East and was imitated in several German and Italian cities. This coin was also popular in the Dutch East Indies and in the Dutch New Netherland Colony (New York). It was in circulation throughout the Thirteen Colonies during the 17th and early 18th centuries and was popularly known as "lion (or lyon) dollar". The currencies of Romania and Bulgaria are, to this day, 'lion' (leu/leva). The modern American-English pronunciation of dollar is still remarkably close to the 17th century Dutch pronunciation of daler. Some well-worn examples circulating in the Colonies were known as "dog dollars
Origins of the dollar sign
Main article: Dollar sign § Origin
The sign is first attested in business correspondence in the 1770s as a scribal abbreviation "ps", referring to the Spanish American peso, that is, the "Spanish dollar" as it was known in British North America. These late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century manuscripts show that the s gradually came to be written over the p developing a close equivalent to the "$" mark, and this new symbol was retained to refer to the American dollar as well, once this currency was adopted in 1785 by the United States
I was wondering how many of these are fictional.
Our symbol (falanga) was used by far-right party before ww2
>tfw we always had a shitty faggot eagle while others had amazing and menancing eagles