Coupé, en chef trois fleurs feuillées et tigées, rangées, les tiges issant de la partition, en pointe fretté, les claire-voies chargées d’annelets.


Une des fleurs tigées issante.

Sources du Dr. Loutsch:

(Arch. Lux. not./ Brosius, 1771, no 14).
Cachet de Jean-Baptiste Bourgaux, prêtre résidant à Luxembourg, originaire d’Aix-sur-Cloye, 20 janvier 1771.

Zitiert nach (Quelle): A.L. Seite 256


  1. Bernard Bourgaux

    Hello. Could you tell me what does the “(Arch, Lux., not. Brosius, 1771, no 14).” sentence means ? Thank’s in advance.

  2. wiesel (Post author)

    Well, it is the indication of the source, where Dr. Loutsch found these arms. In the National Archive of Luxembourg, in a collection notary acts, Brosius being the name of the notary who certified the act in 1771.


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