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José Casas y Sánchez

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 10th March 2006. Registration No. 0034.

Arms: Per pale, dexter, Or five towers Gules ported and masoned Sable 2,1,2; sinister, Argent a lion rampant Azure, armed and langued Gules.

Crest: A fan of seven feathers Gules, Or, Azure, Gules, Azure, Or and Gules.

Certification: Certified by the Chronicler King of Arms of Spain, the late, Don Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent, 21 June 2002.

Artist: Anthony Wood

The Arms of José Casas y Sanchez

The Arms, designed and Certified by the late Don Vicente de Cadenas y Vicent, King of Arms of Spain, are based on the Original XVI Century Arms of the old Casas lineage from Barcelona, Spain (dexter) and the Original XVII Century Arms of the Sanchez lineage from Rioja, Spain (sinister). Most of the recent Spanish Arms are based on the Arms of the original lineage. In order to have this done, the petitioner has to prove that he descends from that lineage but can not use the original arms if he is not a direct decendant from the first armiger.

The armiger is a member of The Heraldry Society (England); Caballero of the Noble Compañia de Ballesteros Hijosdalgo de San Felipe y Santiago, established in the City of Alfaro, La Rioja, Spain in the XIV century and a Caballero Honorario de la Real Irmandade de San Miguel del Ala. Portugal. The Original Order of San Miguel del Ala was founded in the year 1265. The actual Irmandad is headed by Dom Duarte, Duke of Braganza.

 
 

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