To the left you can see the coat of arms of the Isle of Man.
Manx, the language of the island, which is closely related to Irish and Scots Gaelic, is apparently undergoing a revival, after being frowned upon for years. At one time, it seems, speaking Manx in public could give rise to deep disapproval, even leading to fist fights and other mayhem. The last native speaker of Manx, Ned Maddrell, died in 1974.
My friend JDL has alerted me to a site where one can listen to recordings of conversations in Manx and even download them. You can find it here.
Image in the public domain.