The Law Of The Finnish Coat-Of-Arms

Original Language Title: Laki Suomen vaakunasta

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In accordance with the decision of Parliament: § 1 of the coat of arms of Finland is Finland's historical coat of arms, which are explained as follows: the crowned-lion in a red field, which keeps the right front leg in the attack in the heart of the haarniskoidussa hand elevated the sword and stomping on the hind legs Saber, the lion of the chandelier and the varuksineen arms grips and arm armor on the joints of the gold as well as weapons and arm armour silver; sirotettu in the field of nine silver roses.

the use of the coat of arms of Finland section 2 of the State flag and the sineteissä of the authorities.

3 section which will keep the coat-of-arms of the Finnish Naval Jack until 1900 the trade that essentially differs from section 1 of the explanation of the coat of arms of Finland, is to be condemned to a fine for the marketing of the coat of arms of Finland against the provisions.

section 4 of this law shall enter into force on 1 June 1978.