Coat of arms and flag

A herald writes: The Gopsi coat of arms, used on ceremonial occasions when not less than three bishops and a viscount or grand duke are present, consists of a nimbus resplendent argent, surmounted by triple inbices verdant rouge, with nixes protuberant, on a field of or with subimposed crests of recumbent and stabant ibices.

The Gopsi flag, to be flown at full mast from naval jack-staffs and principal public buildings on occasions of national importance when there is an "R" in the month, consists of the Gopsi coat of arms, minus ibices, on a chequered and striped plain field of red, vermillion, magenta and scarlet.