The Brazil Coat of Arms consists of:
- In the center of the coat of arms is a Southern Cross surrounded by 27 small white stars that represent each of the states of Brazil
- All this, in turn, is placed on a star surrounded by branches of two important Brazilian crops: coffee (left) and tobacco (right)
- At the bottom there is a blue banner with the inscriptions “República Federativa do Brasil” and "15 de Novembro de 1889"
This translates as "Republic of Brazil” and the date when it received such a political status.
The Brazil Coat of Arms in Vector