Coat of arms of Montecara
|Coat of arms of Montecara|
|Armiger||Popular Assembly and Senate|
|Adopted||In use since 17th century|
|Blazon||Argent two bars Gules|
|Supporters||A garland of oak and laurel bound with a ribbon Gules, with finials Or, hung from a rod Or|
|Use||Laws, proclamations, passports, and other official documents|
The coat of arms of Montecara is one of the official symbols of the State of Montecara. The design consists of a shield of the flag of Montecara wreathed by branches of oak and laurel, representing endurance and virtue. The crest at top is a civic crown, representing the status of Montecara's citizens as collective sovereign of their city-state.