San Silvestre de Guzmán

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SAN SILVESTRE DE GUZMÁN

Region : Andalucía
Province : Huelva

Escudo de San Silvestre de Guzmán

Official blazon

Escudo español. Medio cortado y partido. Primero, de plata una banda de sable y en orla y brochante sobre el todo una cadena de oro de ocho eslabones, por Zúñiga. Segundo, de azur dos calderas puestas en palo jaqueladas de oro y gules y gringoladas de siete sierpes de sinople en cada asa, por Guzmán. Tercero, de sinople tres encinas de plata puesta en faja sumadas a ondas de plata y de azur.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on June 9, 1998.

I have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms. Any information is welcome !


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