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The '''Coat of Arms of [[Denmark]]''' consists of a golden [[shield]] with three crowned blue [[lions]] and nine red [[heart]]s.  The first documented use of the insignia was in the 1190s, and the current version was adopted under the reign of King Frederick VI in 1819.   
 
The '''Coat of Arms of [[Denmark]]''' consists of a golden [[shield]] with three crowned blue [[lions]] and nine red [[heart]]s.  The first documented use of the insignia was in the 1190s, and the current version was adopted under the reign of King Frederick VI in 1819.   
  
The insignia is closely related to the coat of arms of [[Estonia]] and the coat of arms of the former Danish [[imperialism|imperial]] possesion of Schleswig-Holstein.
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The insignia is closely related to the coat of arms of [[Estonia]] and the coat of arms of the former Danish [[imperialism|imperial]] possession of Schleswig-Holstein (which is now part of Germany).
  
 
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Danish coat of arms

The Coat of Arms of Denmark consists of a golden shield with three crowned blue lions and nine red hearts. The first documented use of the insignia was in the 1190s, and the current version was adopted under the reign of King Frederick VI in 1819.

The insignia is closely related to the coat of arms of Estonia and the coat of arms of the former Danish imperial possession of Schleswig-Holstein (which is now part of Germany).