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Last Update: 06/06/2022


Richard Andrew Scaturro

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 06th June 2022. Registration No. 0638 (Vol.4).

Arms: Quarterly; 1st Vert, an eagle displayed Argent, perched on a sword of the same, 2nd Argent, a pair of scales Gules; 3rd Argent, a cornucopia Gules, filled with pomegranates Proper; 4th Vert, an olive wreath Argent; Over all in the centre a cross flory Gules.

Crest: A sun in full splendour Or.

Motto: Omne Bonum Dei Donum.

Private Registration: American College of Heraldry: Registration Number 3097,October 6th 2007.

Assumed: USA, October 6th 2007.

The Arms of Richard
                                                Andrew Scaturro


These assumed armorial bearings were designed to represent, symbolically, family members who served in the United States Army and Navy, as well as Civil Service in the 1st and 4th quarters of the shield. The 2nd and 3rd quarters of the shield are intended to symbolize the virtues of wise judgment and generosity towards others. The colour scheme represents an Italian heritage and the cross in the center of the shield symbolizes the armiger's Christian faith.

The motto translates as "Every good thing is a gift of God".




 
 

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