Term: Coat of Arms, Wisconsin's
"The coat of arms of the state of Wisconsin is as follows: Arms ¿ or, quartered, the quarters bearing respectively a plow, a crossed shovel and pick, an arm and held hammer and an anchor, all proper; the base of the shield resting upon a horn of plenty and pyramid of pig lead, all proper; over all on fesse points, the arms and motto of the United States, viz. Arms: palewise of thirteen pieces argent and gules; a chief azure; motto (on garter surrounding in escutcheon) "E pluribus unum." Crest, ¿ a badger, passant, proper. Supporters, ¿ Dexter, a sailor holding a coil of rope, proper; sinister, a yeoman resting on a pick, proper. Motto, ¿ over crest, "Forward."
[Source: Wisconsin: comprising sketches of counties, towns, events, institutions, and persons, arranged in cyclopedic form, ed. by Ex-Gov. Geo. W. Peck (Madison, Wis., Western Historical Association, 1906).