Coat of arms of His Majesty the King Juan Carlos I
The blazoning of the Coat of Arms of His Majesty the King appears in Title II, Rule 1, of Royal Decree 1511 of 21st January, 1977, whereby the Rules for Flags, Standards, Guidons, Banners and Badges are adopted.
1st, gules a castle or, triple-embattled and voided gate and windows, with three towers each triple-turreted, of the field, masoned sable and ajoure azure, which is for Castille;
2nd, argent a lion rampant gules crowned or, langued and armed, of the second, which is for Leon;
3rd, or, four pallets gules, which is for Aragon;
4th, gules a cross, saltire and orle of chains linked together or, a centre point vert, which is for Navarre; argent enté en point, with a pomegranate proper seeded gules, supported, sculpted and leafed in two leaves vert, which is for Granada. Inescutcheon azure bordure gules, three fleurs-de-lys or, which is for Bourbon.
Joined to the shield, the red saltire of Bourgogne and, to the dexter and sinister of the base point, the yoke gules in its natural position with ribbons, of the field, and the sheaf of five arrows gules with the arrowheads inverted and ribbons, of the field.
All surrounded by the Golden Fleece and crowned with a crown of the same metal and precious stones, with eight rosettes, five visible, and eight pearls interspersed, closed at the top by eight diadems also adorned with pearls and surmounted by a cross on a globe, which is the royal cross of Spain.