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Czetwertyński I.svg|Czetwertyński/Chetvertinsky
 
Czetwertyński I.svg|Czetwertyński/Chetvertinsky
 
Svyatopolk-Chetvertinsky.svg|Svyatopolk-Chetvertinsky
 
Svyatopolk-Chetvertinsky.svg|Svyatopolk-Chetvertinsky
Henri de Laborde de Monpezat.svg|1st and 4th qtr. update
 
 
Francis II, England Pretender.svg|lions escutcheon update
 
Francis II, England Pretender.svg|lions escutcheon update
 
Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.svg|lions escutcheon update
 
Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.svg|lions escutcheon update

Revision as of 17:23, 21 May 2020

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New Arms requests

Wales - heraldic badge of Wales. Used since 1801 representing Wales along with the Prince of Wales arms (four qtrs. with lions). Arms is per fess argen and vert, dragon passant gules. The arms later recieved an augmentation in 1953 with a circular belt and a crown on it: see here



Livro requests

Lago - Arms of Lago - no need for elaboration, the image pretty much speaks for itself
Gil Vantvisyet - Livro image, quartered Or and Azure, not sure what those things are in 1st and 4th quarter but it sure looks like some kind of shoes. 2nd and 3rd quarter a moor's head, over all a cross gules hollow argent

Pachecho Livro - source image. The arms of Pachecho in Livro seems like a hybrid of several cauldron variants we have: Pachecho, Manrique de Lara, Lara Ancient. The elements on the cauldron seem to be vaire nebuly similar to Vasconcelos f.e.

Gabriel Goncalves - source image. Arms is double-headed eagle holding a moor's head, all withing a "rope bordure" similar to Eca i.e. Eça arms.

Botos - source image shows a shield divided per saltire Or and gules, Or quarters charged with a Moor's head, gules quarters charged with argent towers

Viveiro - source image shows a shield quartered. 1st and 4th quarter are similar to Guzman or Manrique de Lara cauldorns (not so many serpent heads), cauldrons are completely chequy argent and gules on a azure field, bordure ermine. 1st and 3rd quarter are a variant of Fajardo quarters, water part seems smaller on this variant than on the example linked, while the branches are intertwined in a saltire.




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