Scalcione Coat of Arms

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Blazons & Genealogy Notes

Matera (Basilicata). Italian: Due caprioli, accompagnati in punta da un'oca colla testa rivolta; col capo caricato di tre crocette biforcate, ordinate in fascia. English: Two chevrons accompanied in point by a goose with the head turned; a chief charged with three crosses pattee arranged in fess. Tinctures (colors) not given, so I assumed them. (Source: Dizionario Storico-Blasonico by G.B. Di Crollalanza, 1965.)

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Scalcione Coat of Arms Meaning

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1 Comment

  • peter timber says:

    I FIND THE COLOR RED “NON APPETIZING” BUT SINCE NO COLOR WAS EVER IDENTIFIED WITH THE SCALCIONE CofA I AM ONLY EXPRESSING AN OPINION. I MIGHT ADD THE HERALDIC iNSTITUTE, FLORENCE ITALY CHOSE SILVER CHEVRONS AND BACKROUND OF THREE BIFORKED CROSSES BLUE ON SILVER BASE ALSO AN OPINION……..THE GOOSE LOOKING BACKWARD IS SILVER,

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