"Éirinn go Brách" translates to "Ireland Forever." "Erin go Bragh" is the Anglicization of this Irish phrase.
The harp (or cláirseach) has long been a symbol of Ireland, being first recorded in a French roll of arms known as the Armorial Wijnbergen, which dates to the late 13th century. It first featured on Irish coins in the reign of Henry VIII around 1534. During the seventeenth and eighteenth century, the harp became adorned with progressively more decoration, ultimately becoming a "winged maiden". In the nineteenth century, the Maid of Erin, a personification of Ireland, was a woman holding a more realistic harp than the "winged maiden". This style of harp was then also used in Irish flags. The harp on the modern coat of arms of Ireland is modeled on the "Brian Boru" harp in the library of Trinity College, Dublin, as it appeared after an 1840s restoration. The shade of blue is known as Saint Patrick's Blue when it was first used in 1783 for the regalia of the Order of Saint Patrick. -- Wikipedia
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