Emblem of Vale
|Armiger:||Republic of Vale|
|Escutcheon:||Argent, the Valois word Val for Vale in argent.|
The current Emblem of Vale has been a symbol of Vale since 1692, although it does not have any legal status as the official coat of arms of Vale, but acts as an official symbol, widely used by the Presidency. It appears on the cover of Vale passports and was adopted originally by the Vale Presidency as a symbol for use by diplomatic and consular missions in 1682 using a design by the sculptor Jules-Clément Chaplain.