Coat of arms British Columbia, embroidered patch
Size approx: 2.6 x 3.0 inches (6.7 x 8.0 cm)
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|Width||2.6 inches / 6.7 cm|
|Height||3.1 inches / 8.0 cm|
|Border||Merrow - overlock|
Embroidered patch - British Columbia Coat of Arms - made by computer embroidery with merrow frame on white not embroidered background.
The coat of arms of this Canadian province was created by the cleric Arthur John Beanlands.
The coat of arms of British Columbia is a horizontal pattern divided into two parts with the shape of a shield. The upper part shows the Union Jack pattern with a crown in the middle symbolizing the historical loyalty of this area to the United Kingdom.
The lower is the sun proclaiming the glory of the province, and the wavy blue lines represent the Pacific Ocean and the location of this province on the west coast of Canada.