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Arms (crest) of Damaraland

Official blazon

Arms: Quarterly, Argent and Brunatre, over all a pale reguly of eight counterchanged, the projections opposite each other.
Crest: A Hawk eagle with wings displayed, perched on two bovine horns, proper.
Wreath: A head-ring Argent and Brunatre.
Supporters: Dexter a karakul and sinister a goat, both proper.


The arms were proposed but never officially adopted.

Unfortunately we have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms yet.

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The homelands, and thus the arms, were abolished in 1990 at the independence of Namibia.

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