We sell the Cuban coat of arms on t-shirts, mousepads, steins, mugs, and other cool ethnic gifts. It was adopted in April of 1906. It was designed by Miguel de Teurbe Tolon.
The Cuban coat of arms is divided into three sections. One section depicts a key, showing that the nation is the key to the Gulf of Mexico. A Phrygian Cap is located at the top of the Cuban coat of arms. This is a symbol of independence.