José Francisco Cervantes Velazquez

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JOSÉ FRANCISCO CERVANTES VELAZQUEZ

Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : Mexico
Place of origin : Mexico City
Granted : No
Granted/officially recorded by : -

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Official English blazon

Ungranted greater arms of José Francisco Cervantes Velazquez

Argent, a cross sable enhanced and shifted to sinister, in canton a fleur-de-lys, and on a bordure sable, eight saltorels Or

Other language blazon

Spanish: En campo de plata, una cruz estrecha alzada y siniestrada de sable, cantonada en el diestro de la punta por una flor de lis de los mismo. Bordura general de sable con ocho sotueres de oro

Origin/meaning

The shield represents the family. The fleur de lis is for the armiger's father, representing a compass rose to guide when working together while the cross is for the armiger's son, representing the presence and help of God where least expected. The bordure is purely aesthetic .

Registration details

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