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Garibaldi Coat of Arms Meaning

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Origin, Meaning, Family History and Garibaldi Coat of Arms and Family Crest

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

1) Genova – Spaccato d’oro e di rosso e all’albero sradicato di verde e attraversante sul tutto e sinistrato dal leone di nero e coronato d’oro e rampante contro il tronco. – Alias: D’argento e al leone di nero. – English: Genoa – Split of gold and red and the tree uprooted by greenery and crossing over everything. On the left there is a black lion, crowned with gold and rampant against the trunk. – Alias: Silver and black lion.
2) Cremona – D’oro e al castello d’azzurro aperto e flnestrato del campo e merlato alla guelfa e torricellato di duo pezzi e ciascuna torricella pure finestrata del campo e merlata alla guelfa; il castello fondato sulla campagna di verde. – English: Cremona – Golden crown. On the left side there is a castle, on a blue background, open and flnestrated and battlemented with the Guelph and torricellato of two pieces and each turret is the window of the field and the Guelph embattled; the castle founded of green.

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