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    • Royal arms of European monarchs

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    • Burgher arms

    • Burgher arms are coats of arms borne by persons of the burgher social class of continental Europe (usually called bourgeois in English) since the Middle Ages. By definition, the term is alien to British heraldry. Although the term burgher arms refers to the bourgeoisie, it is often extended also to arms of (Protestant ... Read »


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    • Coat of arms of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor

    • Coat of arms of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor

      Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, or Charles I of Spain, was the heir of four of Europe's leading royal houses. Charles was the first sole monarch of Spain, inheriting the kingdoms first united by his maternal grandparents, Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon (the Catholic Monarchs). From his father, Philip I ... Read »


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    • Royal coat of arms of Great Britain

    • The Royal coat of arms of Great Britain was the coat of arms representing royal authority in the sovereign state of the Kingdom of Great Britain, in existence from 1707 to 1801. The kingdom came into being on 1 May 1707, with the political union of the kingdom of Scotland and the kingdom of England, which included Wale ... Read »


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    • Coat of arms of Pope John Paul II

    • A Marian Cross is a term to describe a symbolic representation of the close connection of Mary, with the redemptive mission of Jesus. The letter "M" below the cross indicates Mary's presence at the foot of the cross. The combination of the letter M with a Latin cross is found as part of the 1830 design of the Mira ... Read »


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    • Coat of arms of the King of Spain

    • Coat of arms of the King of Spain

      The blazoning of the coat of arms of the King of Spain is regulated by the Royal Decree 527/2014, 20 June, an amendment to Title II of Spanish Royal Decree 1511/1977 adopting Flags, Standards, Guidons, Insignia and Emblems Regulation. The coat of arms was adopted when King Felipe VI was enthroned as King of Spain. ... Read »


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    • Coat of arms of René Lepage de Sainte-Claire


    • Papal coats of arms

    • Papal coats of arms are the personal coat of arms of popes of the Catholic Church. These have been a tradition since the Late Middle Ages, and has displayed his own, initially that of his family, and thus not unique to himself alone, but in some cases composed by him with symbols referring to his past or his aspiration ... Read »


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    • Coat of arms of Pope Benedict XVI

    • Coat of arms of Pope Benedict XVI

      The personal papal coat of arms of Pope Benedict XVI was designed by Archbishop Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo (who was later created a Cardinal) soon after the papal election in 2005. The shape of the shield varies from artist to artist. In the official rendering of the coat of arms of Pope Benedict XVI the ... Read »


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    • Coat of arms of Pope Francis

    • Coat of arms of Pope Francis

      On 18 March 2013, Pope Francis adopted in his Papal coat of arms the arms and motto he used since his episcopal consecration in 1991, differenced following his election as Roman Pontiff. His coat of arms displays three charges on a blue field. In reference to Francis being a Jesuit, the uppermost charge is the emb ... Read »


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    • Coat of arms of the Prince of Asturias

    • Coat of arms of the Prince of Asturias

      The blazon of the coat of arms of the Princess of Asturias is given by a Royal Decree 979 on 30 October 2015 which was an amendment of the Royal Decree 1511 dated Madrid 21 January 1977, which also created her guidon (military personal ensign) and her standard. The shield is divided into four quarters, blazoned as ... Read »


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    • Coat of arms of the Prince of Spain

    • Coat of arms of the Prince of Spain

      The Coat of arms of the Prince of Spain was set out in the Spanish Decree 814 of 22 April 1971, by which the Rules for Flags, Standards, Guidons, Banners, and Badges were adopted. The shield was divided into four quarters, blazoned as follows: Argent enté en point, with a pomegranate proper seeded gules, suppo ... Read »


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    • Cadency labels of the British royal family

    • Cadency labels of the British royal family

      Heraldic labels are used to differentiate the personal coats of arms of members of the royal family of the United Kingdom from that of the monarch and from each other. In the Gallo-British heraldic tradition, cadency marks have been available to "difference" the arms of a son from those of his father, and the arms of b ... Read »


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    • Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom

    • Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom

      The royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom, or the Royal Arms for short, is the official coat of arms of the British monarch, currently Queen Elizabeth II. These arms are used by the Queen in her official capacity as monarch of the United Kingdom. Variants of the Royal Arms are used by other members of the Royal Fami ... Read »


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    • List of personal coats of arms of Presidents of the United States

    • Many United States presidents have borne a coat of arms; largely through inheritance, assumption, or grants from foreign heraldic authorities. One, Dwight Eisenhower, received his upon becoming a Knight of the (Danish) Order of the Elephant. Shield: Argent, two bars and in chief three mullets Gules. Crest: from a ... Read »


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    • List of personal coats of arms of Vice Presidents of the United States

    • Several United States vice presidents have borne a coat of arms; largely through inheritance, assumption, or grants from foreign heraldic authorities. Shield: Gules six crosses-crosslet fitchy Argent, on a chief Or three pellets, the center one charged with a fleur-de-lys and the other two with lions passant guard ... Read »


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