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Carlos Vidriales, certification, cover and page 6

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Arms of Carlos Vidriales García Bustamante painted by me in the Certification of the King of Arms of Castile and Leon Alfonso de Ceballos-Escalera and Gila, Marquess of La Floresta, Viscount of Ayala and grand of Spain. The image shows the cover and the page 6 of this certification.


Credits: Alfonso de Ceballos-Escalera y Gila is the author of the certification of arms and Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas is the author of the heraldic art for the certified coat of arms.

Categories: Certification, Coat of arms, Interpreted, Personal, Semi-circular, Illuminated, Outlined in sable, Party per pale, Argent, Cross, Sable, Bordure, Motto (motivation), Or, Thirteen, Hurt, Hurt, torteau, pellet, pomme and golpe, Azure, Three, In pale, Four, Five, Chief, Fleur de lis, Lineage, Conjoined in fess, Decoration, Cross, Suspended and Base.

Root: Vidriales García y Bustamante, Carlos.

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Vidriales, C. M.

Interpreted coat of arms: with a semi-circular shape; illuminated with metals argent and or and colours sable and azure; outlined with sable; and a freehand finish.

Interpreted coat of arms: with a semi-circular shape; illuminated with metals argent and or and colours sable and azure; outlined with sable; and a freehand finish.


Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Argent, Cross, Sable, Bordure, Motto (motivation), Or, Thirteen, Hurt, Hurt, torteau, pellet, pomme and golpe, Azure, Three, In pale, Four, Five, Chief, Fleur de lis, Label and Suspended.

Style keywords: Freehand, Semi-circular, Illuminated and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Vidriales, C. M..

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Vidriales, M. P.

Interpreted coat of arms: with a semi-circular shape; illuminated with metals argent and or and colours sable and azure; outlined with sable; and a freehand finish.

Interpreted coat of arms: with a semi-circular shape; illuminated with metals argent and or and colours sable and azure; outlined with sable; and a freehand finish.


Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Argent, Cross, Sable, Bordure, Motto (motivation), Or, Thirteen, Hurt, Hurt, torteau, pellet, pomme and golpe, Azure, Three, In pale, Four, Five, Chief, Fleur de lis, Cantoned and Martlet.

Style keywords: Freehand, Semi-circular, Illuminated and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Vidriales, M. P..

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Rudolf Juchter van Bergen Quast, crown and mantle

Gules, three Leopards faces Or, the whole within a Border Or with two Bars Gules. Crest: A crest coronet proper. Mantle: Gules doubled Erminois.

Gules, three Leopards faces Or, the whole within a Border Or with two Bars Gules. Crest: A crest coronet proper. Mantle: Gules doubled Erminois.

Freehand finishing


Credits: Kevin Derek Couling is the author of the English text of the blazon and Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas is the author of the heraldic art.

Blazon keywords: Gules, Three, Head, Leopard, Or, Ordered, Bordure, Two, Bar, Crest, Crown of prince, Open, Mantle, Erminois and Sable.

Style keywords: Freehand, Pointed, Illuminated and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Coat of arms, Interpreted and Personal.

Bearer: Juchter van Bergen Quast, Rudolf.

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Lloscós y Soldevilla, Guilaberto

Argent, a Bull salient Gules within a compony Bordure Argent and Sable.

Guilaberto Lloscós y Soldevilla was grand prior of the Order of Saint John from 1449 to 1460.

Argent, a Bull salient Gules within a compony Bordure Argent and Sable.

Illuminated and parchment finishing.

He also known as Guilaberto Loscós y Soldevilla, and his coat of arms can be consulted at [García Carraffa, A.; García Carraffa, A.; 1968; volume II, page 407].

The Lloscós lineage resided on the island of Mallorca and succeeded in the position of royal procurator of the island. Lázaro Lloscós was the procurator of the island in 1332, his son Mateo Lloscós was in 1392 and his grandson Mateo Lloscós was too. Mateo Lloscós helped King Alonso V of Aragon, the Magnanimous, with the expenses of the Naples campaign in 1435 and, therefore, the king donated the town of Bañalbufar and the title of baron. Mateo Lloscós was the father of Guilaberto Lloscós y Soldevilla grand prior of the Order of Saint John.


Blazon keywords: Argent, One, Bull, Salient, Gules, Bordure, Compony and Sable.

Style keywords: Parchment, Outlined in sable and Illuminated.

Classification: Personal and Interpreted.

Bearer: Lloscós y Soldevilla, Guilaberto.

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Escudo de Castilla y León Libro abierto, hojas de plata, filo de oro, guardas de gules, tapas de sable.

Nisbet, A.; 1722

Alexander Nisbet, System of Heraldry, 1722, coat of arms

Alexander Nisbet, «System of Heraldry Speculative and Practical: With the True Art of Blazon», subtitle «according to the most approved heralds in Europe: illustrated with suitable examples of armoria figures, and achievements of the most considerable surnames and families in Scotland, together with historical and genealogical memorials relative thereto», printed by J. MackEuen, Edinburgh, 1722.


This is the very 1st edition of this book and I consult the edition [Nisbet, A.; 1816].


Bibliographical reference of century XVIII.

Author: Nisbet, Alexander.

The following articles cite this bibliographic reference:

External link:

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Invected and engrailed

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Bordure invected and bordure engrailed.

System of Heraldry, 1816, page 21, pictures 1 and 2

Categories: Criterion, Schema, Semi-circular, Bordure, Invected and Engrailed.

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Alexander Nisbet, schema

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Bordure invected and bordure engrailed.

Painting inspired in [Nisbet, A.; 1816; page 21, pictures 1 and 2], but with the 3 boar's heads of Alexander Nisbet within the 2nd bordure invected.

Blazon writen by the College of Arms for the coat of arms of Michael John Huxley-Evans «Per fess nebuly Sable and Ermine in chief a Rose Argent barbed and seeded proper within a wreath of Thorns Or in base three Boar's Heads erased Sable armed Or.», but to differentiate from the «armed» of the claws, I prefer «tusked» to «armed» for the defenses/tusks of the boar's heads.


Blazon keywords: Bordure, Invected, Engrailed, Head and Boar.

Style keywords: Semi-circular.

Classification: Schema.

Bearer: Nisbet, Alexander.

 

Dr. Antonio Salmerón y Cabañas,
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Paseo de la Castellana 135, 7th floor,
28046 Madrid, Spain.