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Matthias Reichinger Pinto-Correia Mag. Phil.

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 22nd Jan. 2017. Registration No. 0418 (Vol.3).

Arms:  Vert a boar statant Argent crowned Or and in chief an acorn slipped and leaved also Or.

Crest:  A hunting horn Sable garnished Or and stringed Gules.

Assumed: Austria 20th of January 2017

Artist: Luís Camilo Alves

The Arms of Matthias Reichinger Pinto-Correia Mag. Phil.

The green symbolizes the forests near the armiger's home, while the boar alludes to his maternal family name. The crown represents a play on words with the armiger's family name.

The acorn represents the richness of the soil of Frankenburg am Hausruck, a market town in the district of Vöcklabruck in the Austrian state of Upper Austria which, together with the post horn, bears reference to the arms of the municipality.

 

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