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File:Coat of arms of the Ottoman Empire (1882–1922).svg

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Summary

Description
Every sultan of the Ottoman Empire had his own monogram, called the tughra, which served as a royal symbol. A coat of arms in the European heraldic sense was created in the late 19th century. Hampton Court requested from the Ottoman Empire a coat of arms to be included in their collection. As the coat of arms had not been previously used in the Ottoman Empire, it was designed after this request, and the final design was adopted by Sultan Abdul Hamid II on 17 April 1882.
Date (19th-century design)
Source Own work
based on Derivative works of this file:  Enver bey and Niyazi bey postcard 1908.jpg
Author Juris Tiltins
Permission
(Reusing this file)
Free use and distribution granted to everybody.
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Derivative works of this file:  Coat of arms of the Cretan State.svg <-- ??

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Insignia This image shows a flag, a coat of arms, a seal or some other official insignia. The use of such symbols is restricted in many countries. These restrictions are independent of the copyright status.

Licensing

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Public domain
This work first published in the Ottoman Empire is now in the public domain because the Empire's copyright formalities were not met (copyright notice, registration, and deposit), or because the copyright term (30 years after the death of the author, sometimes less) expired before the Empire was dissolved (details).
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Coat of arms of the Ottoman Empire (1882–1922)

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