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Liber amicorum of Joannes Carolus Erlenwein, Arms of Ferdinand of Bavaria, archbishop of Cologne, Walters Manuscript

Liber amicorum of Joannes Carolus Erlenwein, Arms of Ferdinand of Bavaria, archbishop of Cologne, Walters Manuscript

«Liber amicorum of Joannes Carolus Erlenwein», 1615 to 1619, Kaiserwerth and Fulda, Germany [Walters Ms. W.922] -- 63 full-page painted armorials (two unfinished) -- "p. 41: Combined arms of Gerolt and Erlenwein families"

«Liber amicorum of Joannes Carolus Erlenwein», 1615 to 1619, Kaiserwerth and Fulda, Germany [Walters Ms. W.922] -- 63 full-page painted armorials (two unfinished) -- "p. 41: Combined arms of Gerolt and Erlenwein families"

Liber amicorum of Joannes Carolus Erlenwein, Arms of Wolfgang Wilhelm, count palatine of Neuburg, Walters Manuscript

Liber amicorum of Joannes Carolus Erlenwein, Arms of Wolfgang Wilhelm, count palatine of Neuburg, Walters Manuscript

deutschemark:  griffinrampant:  deutschemark:  Coats of arms of the Bülow family c. 1780 (source)  These arms are variations on the central coat of azure, fourteen bezants in pile (presumably that of the Bülow head of family)  Acording to the description,the central coat of arms was used by the Barons of Bülow. My personal favorite is no. 8, coat used by Bishop of Lebus Dietrich von Bülow.

deutschemark: griffinrampant: deutschemark: Coats of arms of the Bülow family c. 1780 (source) These arms are variations on the central coat of azure, fourteen bezants in pile (presumably that of the Bülow head of family) Acording to the description,the central coat of arms was used by the Barons of Bülow. My personal favorite is no. 8, coat used by Bishop of Lebus Dietrich von Bülow.

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