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Wappen der Familie von Hammerstein / Coat of Arms of The Family von Hammerstein / Armas de la Familia von Hammerstein

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Wappen - Heraldik : Süddeutsche und Österreichische Familienwappen / Coats of Arms - Heraldry : Coats of Arms of Southern German and Austrian Families / Heráldica - Armas de Familias Alemanas y Austriacas.

Wappen - Heraldik : Süddeutsche und Österreichische Familienwappen / Coats of Arms - Heraldry : Coats of Arms of Southern German and Austrian Families / Heráldica - Armas de Familias Alemanas y Austriacas.

Wappen - Heraldik / Coat of Arms - Heraldry / Armas - Heráldica

Wappen - Heraldik / Coat of Arms - Heraldry / Armas - Heráldica

Wappen der Freiherren  von Dachenhausen / Coat of Arms of The Barons von Dachenhausen / Armas de los Barones von Dachenhausen

Wappen der Freiherren von Dachenhausen / Coat of Arms of The Barons von Dachenhausen / Armas de los Barones von Dachenhausen

FIGUEROA FAMILY CREST - COAT OF ARMS gifts at www.4crests.com

Figueroa Coat of Arms / Figueroa Family Crest - This Spanish name FIGUEROA was a topographic name for someone who lived by a fig tree, or a metonymic occupational name for a grower or seller of figs, .

Wappen / Coats of Arms / Escudos Heráldicos y Armas

e-Codices, the Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland, added 31 new digitized medieval manuscripts to their website.

Wappen der Graf von Wylich und Lottum

Wappen der Graf von Wylich und Lottum Coat of Arms of The Counts von Wylich und Lottum

Wappen - Heraldik : Familienwappen von Fleischbein / Heraldry - Coat of Arms of The Family Fleischbein / Armas de la Familia von Fleischbein

Wappen - Heraldik : Familienwappen von Fleischbein / Heraldry - Coat of Arms of The Family Fleischbein / Armas de la Familia von Fleischbein

1870-1920. Published in the period when Elsass was part of Germany. Coat of arms of Prussia, an upright standing crowned black eagle, with head turned to left and tongue outstretched, holding a scepter and blue orb, initials 'F R' on its chest; No.1805 from a series.   Stencil-printed lithograph

1870-1920. Published in the period when Elsass was part of Germany. Coat of arms of Prussia, an upright standing crowned black eagle, with head turned to left and tongue outstretched, holding a scepter and blue orb, initials 'F R' on its chest; No.1805 from a series. Stencil-printed lithograph

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