Dutch Coat of Arms / Dutch Family Crests

Dutch Coat of Arms / Dutch Family Crests- The Dutch coat of arms found in this family crest collection were created from accurate historical research.
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The Dutch lion is one of the symbols we use since the middle ages. It was for example on coats of arms. Nowadays we still use the lion. It's in the logo of the government, but also on the team shirts of the national football team.

The dutch lion: Lions are a constant in the heraldic symbology of the Netherlands, so much so that maps of the Netherlands in the past have been shaped as lions with a common nickname "Leo Belgicus".

A Dutch tapestry cushion cover  Circa 1690  Woven in wools and silks depicting the coat of arms of Pieter de Graeff, issuing arabesques, flanked by swans and surmounted by a crest, dated 1690, framed  73 cm. high x 72 cm. wide incl. frame

A Dutch tapestry cushion cover Circa 1690 Woven in wools and silks depicting the coat of arms of Pieter de Graeff, issuing arabesques, flanked by swans and surmounted by a crest, dated framed 73 cm. high x 72 cm.

Proposed Coat of Arms for New Amsterdam, New Netherland: Preparatory Drawing for a Presentation to the Dutch West India Company, ca. 1630. New-York Historical Society

"Of Seals and Rampant Beavers: New York City’s Flag on its Birthday." [Artist Unknown] Proposed Coat of Arms for New Amsterdam, New Netherland: Preparatory Drawing for a Presentation the Dutch West India Company. Gift of J.

This Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swiss and German surname of JANSEN, was a baptismal name meaning 'the son of Jan' the Dutch and Scandinavian ...

Janson Coat of Arms / Janson Family Crest - This Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swiss and German surname of JANSON, was a baptismal name meaning 'the son of Jan' the Dutch and Scandinavian form of JOHN.

The Dutch coat of arms and standard. (Het Koninklijk Huis)

Their Royal Highnesses Prince Willem-Alexander of Oranje and Princess Maxima of the Netherlands Enjoy the London Olympic Games: Day Three

Hoffman Coat of Arms - German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): variant of Hoffmann ‘steward’.Dutch: occupational name for a farm laborer or a gardener, someone who worked at the hof, the manor farm.

Hoffman Coat of Arms - German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): variant of Hoffmann ‘steward’.Dutch: occupational name for a farm laborer or a gardener, someone who worked at the hof, the manor farm.

The arms are registered in Holland. The name is a translation of the Yiddish male given name MEYLEKH meaning 'God is my king', one of severa...

Sawyer Coat of Arms / Sawyer Family Crest - The surname of SAWYER was an occupational name 'the sawyer' one who buys and saws wood for re-sale. Occupational surnames refer directly to the particular .

This German, Frisian, Flemish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish and Dutch surname of HAGERMAN was originally derived from any of various places in Nor...

Truitt Coat of Arms / Truitt Family Crest - The surname of TRUITT was a locational name 'of Trewick' a spot in County Northumberland. The name was derived from the Old English word TREO-WIK, composed .

This Dutch surname of BOUWENS was of the baptismal group of surnames meaning 'The son of Baldwin'. The name means 'bold protector'. It was n...

Haley Coat of Arms / Haley Family Crest - The surname of HALEY is one of the fifty most common names in all Ireland. The name derives from either the Connacht sept O'hElidhe which held sway in the .

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