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Coats of arms of Portuguese colonies

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Coats of arms of Portuguese colonies

The coats of arms of the Portuguese Empire's colonies were all of a uniform style following 1935. Two of them had, however, been using provisional coats of arms of the same style shortly prior to this.


This gallery include the lesser coats of arms. The years given are for the coats of arms.

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