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Re: what does the family coat of arms look like
Posted by: Gloria Salazar Richhart Date: April 22, 1998 at 01:21:03
In Reply to: what does the family coat of arms look like by matt salazar of 870

I have a picture of a coat of arms as documented on an older genealogical study done about early 1970 or before.
What I have is a shield topped by a crown--royalty. Shield divided into fourths, a backward "sash" of purple from lower left to upper right corners. Each 1/4th section has one large rectangle or square in center surrounded by smaller squares and rectangles.
The Squares and rectangles are in reds, greens and gold..
Another study done by relative --states that there are 2 lions on shield (unknown area of shield). There is on oz.net/cyndihow/ aa heraldica (coat of arms) section, however, I do not read or write Spanish, French, Italian or Portugese therefore am unable to communicte without the
assistance of translators. One can submit a description or picture and info will be gleaned from it..as to the houses of???


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