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Nebojsha Dikich

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 8th February 2007. Registration No. 0095.

Arms:  Azure a Cachalot (Physeter Catodon) naiant, in base two barrulets wavy Argent in dexter chief a Fleur-de-Lys Or.

Crest: The Nebojsha Tower proper.

Motto: PATIENTIA (Patience)

Assumed: Serbia, 13th May 2005.

Private Registration: CROM-BHGS, Armorial Charter No.002/06, 3 January 2006.

Further Private Registration: United States Heraldic Registry No.20060914A, 14 September 2006.

The Arms of Nebojsha Dikich

Mr Nebojsha Dikich is The Heraldic Artist to The Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich; The Heraldic Artist of The Board for Heraldic and Genealogical Studies of The Centre for Research of Orthodox Monarchism (CROM-BHGS); Memeber of The International Association of Amateur Heralds (IAAH); Associate of the On-line Magazine ''Glas Heralda''.

The Armiger was born in Belgrade - Serbia, 10th February 1975. He graduated from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Economics (Master of Economics).

The arms are canting and biographical because all symbols refer to the Armiger's name and origin. The whale is a dominant symbol, representing the famous Moby Dick and alludes to the armiger's nickname (Moby). The fleur-de-lys was chosen to be symbolic of Monarchism, a political research interest of the Armiger. The two barrulets represent two rivers at the Armiger's birthplace - Danube and Sava. The Nebojsha Tower is also from the Armiger's birthplace (in the medieval fortress of Kalemegdan). The tower signifies the Armiger's name. The motto is something personal, and represents the armiger's way of looking on things in life.

 

 

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