|Coat of arms of Jersey|
|Armiger||Elizabeth II Duke of Normandy|
|Blazon||Gules three lions passant guardant in pale Or armed and langued Azure.|
The coat of arms of Jersey is a red shield with three gold leopards (lions passant guardant) (les trois léopards in French). It derives from the seal granted to the island’s bailiff by Edward I in 1279. In 1907, Edward VII sanctioned the claimed usage by the island of the arms.
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