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Machiel de Vries LL.M KCRCST

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 7th June 2011. Registration No. 0191 (Vol.2).

Arms: Per pale dexter Or sinister per fess Azure and Argent; dexter the Frisian eagle (a double headed eagle dimidiated) Sable; sinister in chief a garb Or and in base an anchor Sable cabled Or.

Crest: A sword point downward Argent hilted Sable surmounted by a pair of scales of justice Or

Motto: Liberae Sunt Nostrae Cogitationes

Assumed:  The Netherlands 2006

Private Registration:  Heraldic College of the "Hollandse Vereniging voor Genealogie 'Ons Voorgeslacht'" 8th February 2010' No. 2010-0054

The Arms of Machiel de Vries LL.M KCRCST

The arms were designed by H.K. Nagtegaal of Delft, a well known expert on heraldry in The Netherlands, in association with the Armiger.

The most prominent charge on the arms is the Frysian Eagle, witch refers to the Frysian ancestry of the bearer. The sheaf and the anchor refer to the main means of livelihood of the early ancestors of the bearer. Recent generations (as is the case of the bearer himself) are working in the field of law and justice, hence the sword and the scales in the crest.

The motto is a quotation from Cicero (Pro Milone) and refers to the suffering of the family during the Second World War.

 
 

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