File:PB Ostergotland CoA.png

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Coat of arms of the Östergötland province of Sweden. Östergötland was represented by two different arms: a dragon and a lion. They were combined at latest 1884. The combination is called a griffin. How the arms look in 1920 can be seen here http://runeberg.org/nfcn/0126.html
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Based on Image:Östergötland coat of arms.png (retouched, corrected and converted by Halibutt), the excellent French Wikipédia:Projet/Blasons and help from w:User:Snargle

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