Heraldry

Silesian armorial crest of the nobles or the sovereigns in the duchy of Silesia

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Silesian armorial crest of the nobles or the sovereigns in the duchy of Silesia and the county Blatz Oberlausitz, Bd. 1, Silesian armorial crest of the nobles or the sovereigns in the duchy of Silesia and the county Blatz Oberlausitz, Bd. 2, Silesian armorial crest of the nobles or the sovereigns in the duchy of Silesia and the county Blatz Oberlausitz, Bd. 3,



Styrian armorial 1567

Wappen

Armorial, in them old spiritual Melaten, Men and Landsleut from the laudable principality Steyer, printed by Zacharias Bartsch, Printmaker, reissued by the Styrian Provincial Archives in 1872 in Graz. (The coat of arms in the digitized images are unfortunately only in black and white)



Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal States

Wappen-Seilern

Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 01 Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 02 Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 03 Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 04 Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 05 Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 06 Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 07 Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 08 Armorial of the higher nobility of the German Federal State Bd. 09 Armorial of the higher nobility[...]



The arms of the Counts von Bülow

Buelow-Wappen

The sex of Biilow is a member of the Mecklenburg nobility and was 1705 the baron 1736 as well as 1814 and 1816 elevated to the rank of count. The family arms of the sex shows in blue fourteen, 4, 4, 3, 2, 1 Golden Ball (Balls) Because of the semi-circular shape of the bottom plate, the ball often in a different order: 1, 4, 3, 3 asked. From the two blue helmets grow, outward-looking buffalo horns, covered with golden balls. The helmet covers the outside are blue and gold interior. With the elevation[...]



Collection Redinghovenstraße

redinghoven-sammlung1

Johann Georg was born in Düsseldorf on Redinghovenstraße 10. November 1628, son of Dr. of. John Winand v. Reding Courts († 1631) und der Margaretha Mattenclot, He came from a patrician magistrates sex Nymwegens, which is already in 1 J. Centuries appears in documents. Johann Gottfried von Redinghovenstraße (+1705) deduced 1660 The National Archives-Jülich Bergische. Tirelessly he had made of archival, chronicles, etc.. in 79 Folio copies and originals of documents partly, and a lot of notes collected, for the history, and especially in the genealogy of[...]