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Territory : Puerto Rico
The stars in the upper half are a symbol of the St. Mary, patron saint of the town. The purple diamond symbolises the Moca flower, a branch of which is placed in the lower half of the shield.
I have no information on the meaning of the monogram.
Literature : ? information and copies received from Juan Morales, Florida, USA.
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