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Empire of Austria-Hungary, shield of the official great seal of the Kingdom of Hungary, 9 feb. 1874-1891.

Empire of Austria-Hungary, shield of the official great seal of the Kingdom of Hungary, 9 feb.

CoA of the Tsardom of Kiev by TiltschMaster

A fictional coat of arms for a surviving Kievan Rus' turned Tsardom under the rule of the Rurikid Dynasty. CoA of the Tsardom of Kiev

(217) Gonzalo Fernandez de CORDOBA, 3e duc de Sesa (1520-1578) -- "Don Gonçalo Fernandes de Cordoua, duc de Sesa et de Terreneuve, conte de Labra"-- Armorial plate from the Order of the Golden Fleece, 1559, Saint Bavo Cathedral, Gent

Armorial plates from the Order of the Golden Fleece - Lukas de Heere - Sint Baafskathedraal Gent

El aguila bicefala, es decir, el aguila de dos cabezas esta presente en la historia de la heraldica rusa desde muchos siglos atras, conside...

Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation.

National emblem of France - Wikipedia

File:Coat of arms of France.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Empire of Austria-Hungary, shield of the medium coat of arms of the Austrian Countries, 1915-1918, Hugo Gerhard Ströhl.

Empire of Austria-Hungary, shield of the medium coat of arms of the Austrian Countries, Hugo Gerhard Ströhl.

The County (later Principality) of Habsburg never formed part of Austria-Hungary, but was part of The Holy Roman Empire and is now in Switzerland. The Dukes of Austria, later emperors of Austria-Hungary, however, were from the Habsburg dynasty. Habsburg was first mentioned in 1020 as a castle. The Habsburg family rapidly became one of the most powerful families in Europe, after acquiring Austria and later also Bohemia and Hungary.The first use of a lion as the arms of Habsburg dates from…

Principality of Habsburg [now in Switzerland], by Hugo Gerhard Ströhl, -- The County (later Principality) of Habsburg never formed part of Austria-Hungary, but was part of The Holy Roman Empire and is now in Switzerland.

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