Vintage Coat of Arms province Canada. Poster Northwest Territories. Northwest Territories. Heraldry. Emblem. Fox head. Shield


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Vintage poster depicting the coat of arms of the Northwest Territories (Canada Province) probably in the late 1950s.

The coat of arms of the Northwest Territories was granted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1956 and represented the geography of the territory at the time. The upper white third of the shield represents the polar ice pack and is cut off from a wavy blue stripe that symbolizes the Northwest Passage. The lower part of the shield is divided by a wavy diagonal representing the boundary of tree vegetation: the green part symbolizes the forest of the South, and the red part the northern tundra.
Minerals and furs, the main riches of the North, are represented by gold logs on the green tip and the polar fox head on the red tip.

This is a beautiful performance of a heraldic poster from the 50s. Handmade lettering and drawing. Finish with gold paint.
Very interesting vintage chart.
Very good vintage condition. Very slightly left corners (see photos)
Resplendent colors

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