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Image: Coat of Arms of the Republic of Malawi
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Description: Coat of Arms of the Republic of Malawi, adopted upon independence in 1964. A Royal Warrant granted by Queen Elizabeth II, reads: Arms: Tierce per fess: 1. Barry wavy of four Azure and Argen; 2. Gules, a lion passant Or; 3. Sable, a rising sun radiant Or. Crest: On a steel helmet to the dexter, lambrequined Or and Gules, a rising sun radiant Or, charged with a fish eagle hovering above two waves Azure, proper. Supporters: A lion on the dexter and a panther on the sinister proper. Compartment: Mount Mlanje proper. Motto: UNITY AND FREEDOM, in black lettering on a ribbon Or.
Title: Coat of arms of Malawi
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