The Fiji coat of arms was adopted on July 4th, 1908. Two Fijian warriors, wearing bark skirts, one holding a mace and one holding a spear, support the central shield. It is divided into four sections by St. George’s Cross. At the top, a lion is depicted holding a cocoa pod.
The sections on the Fiji coat of arms contain, a coconut palm, bananas, sugarcane, and a peace dove. A canoe is featured at the top. A ribbon on the bottom has words that mean “Fear God and honor the King”.
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