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

Pennick, N.; 2015

Nigel Pennick, «Pagan Magic of the Northern Tradition: Customs, Rites, and Ceremonies», edited by Simon and Schuster, publicado por Destiny Books, ISBN.13 9781620553909, ISBN.10 1620553902, alternative ISBN.13 9781620553893, 352 pages, New York, 21th of May of 2015


On page 119, Nigel Pennick wrote «According to Aristotelian precepts, each of the metals and tinctures», maybe he should have written heraldic term color, «possesses a spiritual virtue related to a particular planetary sphere. Or signifies and relates to the Sun; Argent, the Moon; Sable, Saturn; Azure, Jupiter; Gules, Mars; Vert, Venus; and Purpure, Mercury».


Bibliographical reference of century XXI.

The author is Pennick, Nigel.

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

Mogrobejo Zabala, E. de; 1991

Endika de Mogrobejo Zabala, «Blasones y Linajes de Euskalerria», 10 volumes, Volume I A-Alcerreca, Volume II Alciba-Angui, Volume III Angulo-Astu, Volume IV Astun-Bun, Volume V Busta-Elua, Volume VI Elus-Gorniz, Volume VII Gordu-Laca, Volume VIII Lacar-Merca, Volume IX Mere-Salez, Volume X Salinas-Z, edited by Editorial Amigos del Libro Vasco, printed by Grafo SA, ISBN of the complete work 84-7886-026-6, Legal Deposit BI-469-1991, Bilbao, 1991.

Coats of arms of Aristegui lineage emblazoned by me: ancient and for Oñate y Chile

Bibliographical reference of century XX.

Classification: Black and white with color plates and Castilian language.

Author: Mogrobejo Zabala, Endika de.

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Lazcano, lineage of the Canary Islands

Vert, nine Poplar leaves ordered, in chief a «T» letter Or.

Blazon of the surname Lazcano in the Canary Islands.

Vert, nine Poplar leaves ordered, in chief a «T» letter Or.

Illuminated and leather finishing.

It can be consulted at [Chaparro D'Acosta L.; 1979; página 251].


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Vert, Letter, Poplar leaves, Or and Nine.

Style keywords: Leather, Outlined in sable and Illuminated.

Classification: Interpreted.

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Chaparro D'Acosta L.; 1979

Lino Chaparro D'Acosta, «Heráldica de los Apellidos Canarios», foreword by Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent, 2 volumes, Volume I from A to L, 285 surnames, 293 pages, Volume II from M to Z and a heraldic dictionary, 387 surnames, 439 pages, edited by Estudios Tecnicos del Blason, ISBN of the complete work 84-300-2000-4, ISBN of Volume I 84-300-1989-8, ISBN of Volume I II 84-300-418010-8, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1979.

Vert, nine poplar leaves ordered, in chief a «T» letter Or

Bibliographical reference of century XX.

Classification: Black and white with color plates and Castilian language.

The author is Chaparro D'Acosta, Lino.

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Antonio Salmeron, The Armorial Register

Iar 06 SalmeronA TheArmorialRegister jpg

Registered by The International Register of Arms, 1st of April of 2020, Registration number 0542, Volume 3.


Category: Armorial roll.

External link:

Root: The Armorial Register.

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Ackerson - Akers, lineage

Sable, a Bend between three Acorns Or.

Ackerson and Akers lineages.

Sable, a Bend between three Acorns Or.

Illuminated and freehand finishing.

The coat of arms of Ackerson and Akers lineages emblazoned by me and extracted from [Burke, B.; 1989].

Unless the blazon specifies another layout, when a bend is between three charges, this charges are ordered, two in the chief and one in the base, as the three acorns do in this case.

[Rietstap, J. B.; 1861] escribe el blasón de «Ackers ou Akers» como «de sable, à une bande d'or, acc. de trois glands du mesme».


Blazon keywords: Sable, Bend, Between, Three, Acorn, Or and Ordered.

Style keywords: Freehand, Outlined in sable and Illuminated.

Classification: Interpreted.

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Castilian castle

A Castle Or, triple towered, embattled, port and windows Azure, and masoned Sable.

A Castle Or, triple towered, embattled, port and windows Azure, and masoned Sable.

Un castillo de oro, aclarado de azur, mazonado de sable.

Some of the characteristics of the Castilian castle are specified in the coat of arms in English, for example, «triple towered, embattled», but they are omitted in the Spanish blason, because the Spanish blason considered that the Castilian castle can not be otherwise. These local characteristics, that decades ago were not necessary to specify, could begin to have to be in this global and interconnected heraldic world. [Valero de Bernabé, L.; 2009a] describe the different characteristics between the Castilian, the French, and the English castles among others.


Blazon keywords: Castle, Or, Port and windows, Azure, Masoned and Sable.

Style keywords: Freehand.

Classification: Schema.

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