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Wappen / Coat of Arms  - Ritter / Knight  : Habsburg

Wappen / Coat of Arms - Ritter / Knight : Habsburg

Coat of arms of the House of Lorraine - Category:Wappenrolle Österreich-Ungarns - Wikimedia Commons

Arms of the House of Lorraine (Lothringen in German) the main and only remaining line of this House is the branch known as Habsburg-Lorraine (Habsburg-Lothringen) - one of the most important and was one of the longest-reigning royal houses in history

'Coats of Arms' Book of Kings, Queens, Knights, Chivalry, Heraldry ... in my shop now!

'Coats of Arms' Book of Kings, Queens, Knights, Chivalry, Heraldry . in my shop now!

Coat of arms of Frederick of Aragon -- BNF, Paris, Ms Latin 10532, detail of fol. 392, Horae ad usum fratrum praedicatorum (Hours of Frederick of Aragon). Tours, 1501-1504. Artist: Jean Bourdichon.

Coat of arms of Frederick III of Aragon -- BNF, Paris, Ms Latin detail of fol. Horae ad usum fratrum praedicatorum (Hours of Frederick of Aragon). Tours, Enluminated by Jean Bourdichon.

Coat of arms of Ferdinand I as King of the Romans, later Holy Roman Emperor. Wappenbuch des Heiligen Römischen Reiches, Stephan Brechtel , Nürnberg, 1554-1568.

Coat of arms of Ferdinand I as King of the Romans, later Holy Roman Emperor…

File:Coat of arms of Scotland.svg  - My Ancestor's Coat of Arms - William the 1st Rampant Lion

File:Coat of arms of Scotland.svg - My Ancestor's Coat of Arms - William the Rampant Lion

Sinclair Coat of Arms / Sinclair Family Crest  The surname of SINCLAIR is a Caithness surname of territorial origin from St. Clare in the Arrondissement of Pont d'Eveque, Normandy. The first Sinclairs in Scotland appear to have been vassals of the great territorial magnates, de Morville. Their first possession in Scotland was the barony of Rolsin, near Edinburgh, which they held in the reign of David I (1124-1153).

Sinclair Coat of Arms / Sinclair Family Crest - The surname of SINCLAIR is a Caithness surname of territorial origin from St. Clare in the Arrondissement of Pont d'Eveque, Normandy.

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