Coat o airms o Monaco

Coat of arms of Monaco.svg

The Ryal Airms o His Serene Hieness Prince Albert II are his arms o dominion in richt o Monaco.



The central shield is "blazoned" (describit in the technical leid o heraldry), fusily (or lozengy) argent an gules.


The monks supportin the shield in the coat o airms allude tae the conquest o Monaco in 1297, when François Grimaldi entered the ceety wi sodgers dressed as monks, wi swords hidden unner thair cassocks.

The collar surroondin the shield represents the Order o St. Charles.


The Grimaldi motto, Deo Juvante, is Laitin for "Wi God's help".


  • Velde, François. "Monaco". Heraldica. Retrieved 25 Mairch 2005.