These marshaled arms are formed by placing the father’s arms and the mothers arms in quarters. This method is used largely in modern armory as a decorative feature, but at one time the method was used for the arms of a child who was to inherit lands and arms...
This coat of arms was designed for Kevin from Arizona. Kevin was interested in getting a personal coat of arms to use as personal branding online. We looked into his life and preferences and found symbols which spoke to his personal history, military service, and...
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