Herefordshire Coat of Arms
The arms were granted in 1946. The red field represents the County's red earth. Across this runs a silver and blue wave for the River Wye. In chief is a silver lion from the arms of the City of Hereford, and in the base is a Herefordshire Bull's head.
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