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The coat of arms Petiscus in Heidelberg

Petiscus

The coat of arms Petiscus (here on a design by Martin Kortmann) has been used for over 250 Years out. The Electoral Rechenrat Philip Jacob Petiscus in Heidelberg has used the crest as a seal and put it on 1640 next to his signature in all documents. It is unfortunately not be determined whether even the father of the named, Rector of the University of Heidelberg, Simon Petiscus, This coat of arms led. The contents of the emblem stands in close connection with the ev. ref. Belief, their supporters from the evidence to Heidelberg[...]



Göttingen house brands and family coat of arms

Stadtwappen_Goettingen

Göttingen is probably in the year 1209 by the Count Palatine Henry (Son of Henry the Lion) the city charter and get out of this time is the old city seal: It shows a right to the side of the viewer striding lions (the emblem of Guelph dukes) under a pointy roofed with three square towers occupied arc. The central tower is a single storey, wider and higher than the other and stuck with a knob, the sides are two stories, each with 4 Glazed windows and stuck with a Kreuchen. Between the towers[...]



Armorial Valaisan: Welsh armorial

Walliser-Wappenbuch

Of course, the family coat of arms are the arms of the great feudal families, the oldest. At its peak here is the house of Savoy, had several hundred years, extensive possessions in Rottental. A seal of the Year 1143 Archives of the Abbey of St. Maurice is also the oldest known seal of this Dynastenfamilie and indeed one of the first crest documents. The civic coat of arms before 1600 in the Upper Valais, mix of house signs, Family marks her, were performed gradually drawing. Craft and residence gave rise to another crest. In the 17. Century was to[...]



Armorial collections of the Bavarian State Library

The Munich Digitisation Centre provided by the armorial heraldic collections are true treasure troves of art and the art of printing, gladden the heart of so many researchers are. Choreography in Flemish portraits of the sovereigns, the arms of the nobility and the country in his geography, Netherlands 1562 Content: Arnulf I., Count of Flanders, Balduin VII., Count of Föandern, Karl I. the Good, Philipp II. the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy, Philip the Good, Maria von Burgund, Kaiser Maximilian I., Philipp I. King of Castile, Emperor Charles V, Isabella von Portugal, Philipp  [...]