Coat of arms of the Buenos Aires Province.png

Description
English: Coat of arms of the Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.
Français : Armes du province de Buenos Aires, Argentine.
Date 19 October 1935
(promulgated by Law Nº 4351)
Source http://www.gba.gov.ar/institucional/simbolos.php
Author Unknown
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Licensing[ ]

This is a faithful photographic reproduction of a two-dimensional, public domain work of art. The work of art itself is in the public domain for the following reason:
Public domain
The copyright of this anonymous work belonging to an institution, corporation or legal entity, registered in Argentina, has expired, and it has entered the Law 11.723, articles 8 and 28 and its modifications).
Nevertheless, its source must be acknowledged.

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This work is in the public domain in the Official Bulletin.

Likewise, provincial and municipal official emblems (such as coats of arms, flags and other symbols) promulgated by their respective Legislatures are not included as subject to copyright according to Law 11.723.

The National symbols of Argentina are regulated by Decree Nº 10.302/1944.


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