D’Alton Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles

Blazon description

(Grenanstown, co. Tipperary ; Count D’ Alton of the Holy Roman Empire. The title was conferred by the Empress Maria Theresa, 1777, and a royal warrant, 1785, from King George III., authorized its being borne in this kingdom). Az. a lion ramp. ar. armed or, double queued betw. five fleurs-de-lis of the third. Crests—1st: Out of a German count’s coronet an eagle displ. reguard. sa. crowned with a single coronet or; 2nd: A demi-lion ramp. ar. armed or, holding in the dexter paw an olive branch ppr. Supporters —Two lions double queued ar. armed or. Motto—Justus et fidelis.

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