A Presidential Decree adopted today a new Coat of Arms of the Federal Republic of Lostisland, designed by the Prime Minister personally and replacing the previous one, in effect since 27 December 2011.
Headed by the Crown of Pavlov in Lostisland’s colors (in recognition of the Pavlovian monarchy), the new Coat of Arms depicts a white pigeon carrying an olive branch (like the previous one) — the national animal of Lostisland, as well as the Eye of Providence and the A and Ω letters. The shield is accompanied by two dolfins as supporters and the national motto In nomine libertatis, now also followed with the date of foundation (2008).
The current Coat of Arms is the third in history of Lostisland, being preceded by the one developed by Max Nazarenko, a renowned Ukrainian designer, and the one that existed for a short period of time from September 2010 to December 2011. Immortalized in numerous stamps and souvenirs, Nazarenko’s Coat of Arms became one of the most remarkable symbols of the Lostislandic nation, and served for nearly four years until it was replaced by a modern, and representative of Lostisland’s realities, version.
The previous Coat of Arms served us since the 2011 and became a symbol of drastic changes of our organization; it’s during this period we managed to become the most famous micronation of Russia and an example for numerous followers. But its time is gone, and now, when Lostisland is at the peak of her power, a new symbol is needed for our nation. I’d like to thank our Prime Minister for the amazing work and all the present for loyalty to our cause and to our nation.
President for Life speaking to the Russophone citizens of Lostisland (as translated)
The Coat of Arms is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. (derivative work from Wikimedia Commons users: Tom Lemmens, Sodacan, SanglierT, Katepanomegas and Heralder)