Caesar Coat of Arms / Family Crest


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British Isles


Europe - see blazon Caesar Coat of Arms / Family Crest 2

Blazon description

(Bennington Place, co. Herts; founded in England by Caesar Adelmare, an Italian, physician to Queens Mary and Elizabeth, and father ot Sir Julius Caesar, Master of the Rolls; ancestor of the Ceasars of Bennington Place, and of the Caesars of Hyde Hall). Gu. three roses ar. on a chief of the second as many roses of the first. Crest—A dolphin embowed ppr. in the sea vert.

(Sir Julius Caesar, Chancellor of the Exchequer, at the Visitation of London, 1568). Quartering, Ar. two bars sa. on a chief of the last two swans of the first; and Gu. three crescents ar.

Prusse – (An., nov. 1796) – D’azur à la bande de gueules ch d’un croissant figuré d’or et de deux étoiles du même les cornes du croissant dirigées vers le canton senestre du chef la bande acc en pointe de trois montagnes rangées de sinople la première à dextre plus haute que la deuxième et celle-ci plus haute que la troisième Casque couronné Cimier une étoile d’or entre un vol de l’aigle de Prusse Lambrequin à dextre d’or et de gueules à senestre d’argent et d’azur Supports à dextre une aigle de Prusse regardante à senestre un griffon regardant d’argent

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