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Louis P. van Niekerk

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 19th February 2020. Registration No. 0538. (Vol.3)

Arms: Argent, an eagle Sable, armed, membered, langued and beaked Gules; on a point enarched Vert, a covered ox wagon of the field.

Crest: Sable, a protea flower Gules seeded Argent slipped Vert, between two eagle wings; the dexter one Argent, the sinister one Sable.

Motto: Met Vaardigheid En Logika.

Assumed: South Africa, February 2020.

The Arms of Louis P. van Niekerk

The eagle relates to the armigerís ancestry and the van Niekerk family ties. The ox wagon symbolises the province of Transvaal, the birthplace of the armiger, as well as representing the Afrikaner nation. The green hill is a visual reference to Koppie-Alleen (Lone-Hill), the armigerís family farm in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. It also represents the green hilly province of Natal where the armiger spent his youth.

The crest consists of a pair of black and white wings, which depicts the armigerís love for travel and exploring cultures. The protea flower represents the armigerís country of origin, South Africa.

Red, white and green are the colours used, and symbolises a link to Hungary, the birthplace of the armigerís grandfather, Lajos Fabian.

The motto written in Afrikaans translates to ďwith skill and logicĒ and signifies the familyís strong technical and creative abilities.

 

 

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