Crowned

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Carlos de la Cerda

Quarterly: 1 Azure semé of fleurs de lis Or; 2 and 3 Gules, a castle triple towered Or, the port and windows Azure, masoned Sable; 4 Argent, a lion rampant Purpure, armed and langued Gules, crowned Or.

Quarterly: 1 Azure semé of fleurs de lis Or; 2 and 3 Gules, a castle triple towered Or, the port and windows Azure, masoned Sable; 4 Argent, a lion rampant Purpure, armed and langued Gules, crowned Or.

Escudo cuartelado: 1o de azur sembrado de flores de lis de oro; 2o y 3o de gules, un castillo de oro, aclarado de azur, mazonado de sable; 4o de plata, un león rampante de púrpura, armado y lampasado de gules, coronado de oro.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Azure, Semé, Fleur de lis, Or, Gules, Castle, Port and windows, Masoned, Sable, Argent, Lion, Purpure, Rampant, Armed, Langued, Crown and Crowned.

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

Classification: Interpreted, Personal, Army and Navy and Kingdom of France.

Bearer: Cerda, Carlos de la.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Castile and Leon

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a castle triple towered Or, port and windows Azure, masoned Sable; 2 and 3 Argent, a lion rampant Purpure, armed and langued Gules, crowned Or.

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a castle triple towered Or, port and windows Azure, masoned Sable; 2 and 3 Argent, a lion rampant Purpure, armed and langued Gules, crowned Or.

Escudo cuartelado: 1o y 4o de gules, un castillo de oro, aclarado de azur, mazonado de sable; 2o y 3o de plata, un león rampante de púrpura, armado y lampasado de gules, coronado de oro.

This coat of arms can be seen in [Bergshammars; 1440; page 2] and in [Lutzelbourg, N. de; 1530; page 35].


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Gules, Or, Azure, Sable, One, Castle, Port and windows, Masoned, Argent, Purpure, Lion, Rampant, Armed, Langued, Crowned, Crown and Open royal crown.

Style keywords: Semi-circular and Plain tincture.

Classification: Interpreted, Civic, Coat of arms, Kingdom of Castile and Leon and Canting.

Bearer: Castile and Leon.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Central Military Region

Coat of arms (1984-1997 and 1997-2002) of the former Central Military Region, also called 1<sup>st</sup> Military Region, where I serve. I interpreted and emblazoned now this coat of arms with a semi-circular ended shape.

Party per pale: 1 Gules, a castle triple-towered Or, port and windows Azure, and masoned Sable; 2 Argent, a lion rampant Gules, crowned Or. Motto: «Región Militar Centro» over a scroll Or.

Coat of arms (1984-1997 and 1997-2002) of the former Central Military Region, also called 1st Military Region, where I serve. I interpreted and emblazoned now this coat of arms with a semi-circular ended shape.


Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Gules, One, Castle, Or, Port and windows, Azure, Masoned, Sable, Argent, Lion, Rampant, Crowned, Motto (identification) and Scroll.

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

Classification: Interpreted, Military, Army and Navy, Coat of arms and Kingdom of Castile and Leon.

Bearer: Región Militar Centro.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Hradec Králové Region

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a lion rampant, double queued Argent, armed, langued, and crowned Or; 2 Azure, a letter «G» Or; 3 Azure, a coronet trefoiled Or

Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a lion rampant, double queued Argent, armed, langued, and crowned Or; 2 Azure, a letter «G» Or; 3 Azure, a coronet trefoiled Or

Escudo cuartelado: 1o y 4o de gules, un león rampante, de cola horquillada de plata, armado, lampasado y coronado de oro; 2o de azur, una letra «G» de oro; 3o de azur, una corona trebolada de oro

This coat of arms is illuminated with lights and shadows and has a finish like glass.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Gules, One, Lion, Rampant, Tail, Forked, Argent, Armed, Langued, Crowned, Or, Azure, Letter, Coronet trefoiled and Crown.

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

Classification: Civic and Interpreted.

Bearer: Hradec Králové Region.

Separador heráldico

Pendón de Castilla y León

Banner Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a castle triple towered Or, port and windows Azure, masoned Sable; 2 and 3 Argent, a lion rampant Purpure, armed and langued Gules, crowned Or.

Banner Quarterly: 1 and 4 Gules, a castle triple towered Or, port and windows Azure, masoned Sable; 2 and 3 Argent, a lion rampant Purpure, armed and langued Gules, crowned Or.

Pendón cuartelado: 1o y 4o de gules, un castillo de oro, aclarado de azur, mazonado de sable; 2o y 3o de plata, un león rampante de púrpura, armado y lampasado de gules, coronado de oro.

Pendón interpretado por mí como: un rectángulo de proporción entre su ancho y su alto de 5x6; el campo está esmaltado de tintas planas gules y plata; los 2 castillos y los 2 leones están iluminados; el león y su corona están delineados del campo; el castillo está mazonado de sable; y el conjunto tiene un acabado apergaminado.

Puede consultarse en el armorial para la coronación de [Eduardo IV de Inglaterra; 1461; columna 2, fila 25] un pendón de estas características, la razón de ello era la aspiración de Eduardo IV a este reino, aspiración procedente de sus predecesores.

Este armorial fue realizado por diferentes artistas y al que le correspondió hacer el pendón de Castilla y León parece que pintó los leones de oro, si bien este oro no es tan amarillo como el que esmalta los castillos, castillo que tienen 2 ventanas mínimas y una puerta aclarada de azur. Por esta diferencia de tonos entre leones y castillos cabría plantearse la hipótesis de una degradación de un esmalte púrpura original en un ocre.

Al comienzo del armorial también aparecen estos leones en una representación ecuestre de Eduardo IV donde un tono rosa podría recordar a un púrpura original y, por tanto, apoyar la hipótesis de la degradación.

Finalmente, hay una tercera aparición de estos leones en otro pendón que combina las armas de Castilla y León con las de Inglaterra. Donde el color de los leones es más parecido al del pendón que al de la representación ecuestre.


Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Gules, Or, Azure, Sable, One, Castle, Port and windows, Masoned, Argent, Purpure, Lion, Rampant, Armed, Langued, Crowned, Crown and Open royal crown.

Style keywords: Illuminated, Rectangular and Old parchment.

Classification: Interpreted, Civic, Flag, Banner of arms, Kingdom of Castile and Leon and Canting.

Bearer: Castilla y León.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Sosa-Garcia, Rodolfo

Argent, an eagle displayed Gules, crowned, langued, membered and armed, charged on its chest with a mullet of six points voided, and interlaced Or.

Zurich, Switzerland.

Argent, an eagle displayed Gules, crowned, langued, membered and armed, charged on its chest with a mullet of six points voided, and interlaced Or.

Escudo de plata, un águila de gules, coronada, lampasada, membrada y armada, cargada en su pecho de una estrella de seis puntas, hueca y entrelazada todo de oro.

Illuminated with lights and shadows and with a iridescent finish.

Another version of this blazon «Argent, a eagle displayed Gules, crowned, langued, membered and armed, charged on its chest with a star of David Or».


Blazon keywords: Without divisions, Argent, One, Eagle, Gules, Crowned, Langued, Membered, Armed, Charged, Mullet, Six, Base, Voided, Interlaced and Or.

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

Classification: Personal and Created.

Bearer: Sosa-Garcia, Rodolfo.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

The Heraldry Society, motto

Quarterly Azure and Gules; overall a leopard face, crowned Or, langued Gules, within a tressure flory Or. Motto: «Entalente a parler d'armes».

Quarterly Azure and Gules; overall a leopard face, crowned Or, langued Gules, within a tressure flory Or. Motto: «Entalente a parler d'armes».

Escudo cuartelado de azur y gules; brochante sobre el todo, una cabeza de leopardo coronada de oro, lampasada de gules, dentro de un trechor flordelisado de oro. Lema: «Entalente a parler d'armes».

The official blazon of this coat of arms is «Quarterly Azure and Gules a lion’s face crowned with an Ancient Crown Or within a tressure flory on the outer edge of the same». The following are my comments to the official blazon:

  • With «crowned» can be assumed the common default «crowned with an ancient crown».
  • With «tressure flory» can be assumed the common default «tressure flory on the outer edge».
  • I use to specify the «langued», for example Gules or Azure, because I think there is not a common default tincture for «langued» in all heraldic traditions.
  • The use of «overall» can help to understand the blazon, then I add it.

Blazon keywords: Quarterly, Azure, Gules, Overall, Head, Leopard, Crowned, Or, Langued, Within, Tressure, Flory and Motto (motivation).

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

Classification: Interpreted, Socioeconomic and Coat of arms.

Bearer: The Heraldry Society.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

Val'Quirico, the equestrian club's facilities, 2

Party per pale: 1 Azure, an angel Argent, crowned, crined and vested Or holding an open book Argent; 2 Or, three horses' heads couped, in pale Sable. Crest: Upon a wreath Or and Azur, an owl's head couped at the shoulders Or, beaked Argent.

Party per pale: 1 Azure, an angel Argent, crowned, crined and vested Or holding an open book Argent; 2 Or, three horses' heads couped, in pale Sable. Crest: Upon a wreath Or and Azur, an owl's head couped at the shoulders Or, beaked Argent.


Blazon keywords: Party per pale, Azure, One, Angel, Argent, Crowned, Crown, Crined, Vested, Or, Charged, Book, Open, Three, Head, Horse, Sable, Couped, In pale, Crest, Wreath, Owl, Nascent and Beaked.

Style keywords: Watercolor, Illuminated, Rounded, Outlined in the field tincture and Outlined in sable.

Classification: Photographic, Created and Socioeconomic.

Bearer: Club Ecuestre Val'Quirico.

Separador heráldico
Escudo de Castilla y León

von Harten

Azure, three plates, 1 and 2. Crest: Upon a helm affronty, crowned Or, three ostrich feathers Azure, Argent and Azure. Mantling: Azure doubled Argent.

Arms of von Harten Family

Azure, three plates, 1 and 2. Crest: Upon a helm affronty, crowned Or, three ostrich feathers Azure, Argent and Azure. Mantling: Azure doubled Argent.


Blazon keywords: Azure, Three, Bezant and plate, Argent, Disordered, Crest, Helm, Affronty, Mantling, Crowned, Or, Crest and Quill.

Style keywords: Outlined in sable, Rounded trapezoid, Illuminated and Rough.

Classification: Personal, Interpreted and Coat of arms.

Bearer: Harten, von.

 

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