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The Bibliotheca Windhagiana : Digitized Books from the coat of arms 16. Century

Windhagiana

At the 5. January 1651 Joachim Enzmilner of Emperor Ferdinand was due to its “ sonderbar , famous, guten Qualitäten , aristocratic manners and virtues , Vernunft , admirable skill and sophistication , also because of the emperor by 15 years faithfully in the Lower Austrian government provided services ” in the peerage was added and was allowed to omitting his surname Enzmilner now Wohlgeborner Baron Windhag, Pragtal and call on Mr. Saxeneck.



Armorial of the whole nobility of the Kingdom of Bavaria

Tyroff

Tyroff Konrad Hermann was the son of Jacob and heraldry. He published several books and arms died as Bavarian royal court agent and director of the Arms Office. in 1826. In his work he helped his brother, which is probably identical with the order 1799 active in Nuremberg Louis Christophe Tyroff.



The Herald Otto Titan von Hefner and his works

Hefner

Otto Titan von Hefner was in 1827 Born in Munich and was, Like his father, historian. In particular, as he made his name heraldist. To his major work includes the four volumes of the Stud Book thriving aristocracy in Germany. It appeared from 1860.



Siebmachers armorial

Siebmacher001

The books contain sieve-Arms 130.000 Wappen in 119 Volumes. 1605 appeared to be a first part of his “New Wappenbuch” with 226 Boards. 1609 the second with 164 Boards. At the time of 1854 to 1967 appeared the new sieve. The individual volumes were divided into divisions. Primarily responsible for initially was Otto Titan v. Hefner. However, the number of employees known as Heyer v. Rosenfeld, A.M. Hildebrandt, G.A. Seyler, or M. Gritzner stood aside and gave each different parts of the individual volumes.