- Coat of arms of Switzerland
Coat of arms of the Swiss Confederation Details Escutcheon Gules, a Greek Cross Argent
The coat of arms of Switzerland shows the same white Greek cross as the flag of Switzerland, but on a red shield. The appearance of the coat of arms or shield varies greatly, but the federal resolution of 12 December 1889 on the coat of arms decrees that the four arms have equal lengths, in a ratio to their width of 7:6, and includes a drawing of the coat of arms.
- Flag of Switzerland – the Swiss flag is a banner of the arms.
- Cantonal flags and coats of arms (Switzerland)
- Federal decision of 12 December 1889 on the coat of arms:
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