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Dr. Antonio Salmeron

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 1st April 2020. Registration No. 0542 (Vol.3).

Arms: Quarterly: 1 Sable, an "o" Or; 2 and 3 Or, two Wolves passant Sable in pale; 4 Sable, an "XI" Or.

Crest: None

Motto: None

Badge: A Unicorn salient per saltire Or and Sable.

Certification: Cronista de Armas of Castilla y Leon, 17th of March of 2014, number 15/2014.

Heraldic art: This coat of arms has been emblazoned by the armiger, Dr. Antonio Salmeron SHA.

The Arms of Dr. Antonio Salmeron

The Badge of Dr. Antonio Salmeron

The metal Or has a non-repetitive handmade diapering called Chinapieria.

The black wolves in a pack, the heterodox heraldic beasts of quarters two and three, pursues their prey in quarters one and four relentlessly. The “o” is in lowercase and is the objective (target, in the armiger’s mystic description "...pursues their prey...") and the roman numeral XI from 11 (if 10 is the maximum effort in a standard scale 0-10 then 11 is beyond, in the armiger’s mystic description "...relentlessly...").

Castilians are permitted to use letters (writing) on their arms and armorial quarterings which do not necessarily mean that the arms are marshalled by inheritance.

The armiger has been honoured to have been admitted as a member of the Society of Heraldic Arts

 
 

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