What is The National Emblem of France?

What is The National Emblem of France?

The French Republic Currently Using Two Emblems. One has been using From 1912 as a symbol of France. But it does not have any legal status as an official coat of arms.

The French Republic use this symbol on the cover of French passports and was adopted originally by the French Foreign Ministry as a symbol for use by diplomatic and consular missions using a design by the sculptor Jules-Clément Chaplain.

It designs wide shield, on the one end, a lion-head and on the other an eagle-head, bearing a monogram “RF” standing for République Française (French Republic).

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