Coats of Arms
 
 
Principality of Serbia
 
The shield Gules, a cross Argent between four fire-steels of the same, the shield surrounded with a wreath of of oak and olive branches Vert fructed Or  
Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, first version (1919-1921)
Principal field stands for the Serbian State, as successor to the Medieval Empire, while inescutcheon fields stand for 
     1- Serbs
     2- Croats
     3- Slovenes

 
 
Kingdom of Serbia
 
The principal field stands for the Serbian State (Gules a double-headed eagle with wings displayed and inverted Argent, langued, beaked, legged and unguled Or, between two fleurs-de-lys of the third in base), while inescutcheon stands for Serbian Nation (Gules a cross Argent between four fire-steels of the same)  
Serbian Princely House of Karadjordjevic
Arms of the Principality of Serbia supported by two Karageorge's insurgents proper holding Serbian banners fringed Or  
Yugoslav Royal House of Karadjordjevic
The Shield is divided per fess, the upper part per pale: 1- Serbs, 2- Croats, 3- Slovenes (differing from the same field in the State Arms, here represented by field of the Duchy of Carniola); the Shield is crowned with the Medieval "Kamelaukion"-type Crown and surrounded with the Collar of the Order of Saint Prince Lazarus  
Serbian Royal House of Karadjordjevic
The Arms of the Kingdom supported by two Karageorge's insurgents holding banners fringed Or, dexter the banner of South Serbia, sinister the banner of Shumadia; the Arms have form of a Pavillion. NB: the banners were more often represented as tricolors of Serbia, dexter charged with double-queued lion rampant Gules ducaly crowned Sable (for Old Serbia, or Kossovo), sinister with a boar's head erased Sable and armed Or, vulned through mouth with an arrow Or, pointed and plumed Argent (for Shumadia, or Serbia proper)
 

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