The Coat of Arms of Jamaica was granted in 1661 under Royal Warrant and partially revised in 1957. The original Arms were designed by Willam Sandcroft, then Archbishop of Cantebury.
The Arms show a male and female Arawak, standing on either side of the shield which bears a red cross with five golden pineapples superimposed on it. The crest is a Jamaican crocodile surmounting the Royal Helmet and Mantlings.
The original Latin motto, "Indus Uterque Serviet Uni" has been changed to one in English: "Out of Many, One People."
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