Arms of Valencia, Spain (province)

Granted ?

Blazon: Or four palets gules

Crest: Issuant from a crown proper, a demi-dragon or, langued gules

Mantling: Azure lined gules, charged with a cross paté fitchy of the second

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From The Blazon of Gentrie by Sir John Ferne, p167

On the left: arms of Sir Henry Cocke, Knight, per quarterly gules and argent

On the right, arms of Sir Phillip Boteler, Knight, gules a fess chequy argent and sable between six crosses paté fitchy of the second

Arms of George Neville

Archbishop of York (1432-1476)

Blazon: Per pale azure on a pall argent surmounting a staff tipped with a cross paté or, four crosses paté fitchy sable (Archbishopric of York) and per quarterly I and IV, per quarterly i and iv or an eagle displayed vert, ii and iii argent three lozenges conjoined in fess gules (Montague); II and III gules a saltire argent (Neville)

Arms of Sigismund Bathory

 

Prince of Transylvania 1588-1599 (1572-1613)
Blazon: Tierced in pale, I Per fess azure a demi-eagle issuant from the partition sable, armed or, langued gules, between a sun of the third and a crescent decrescent argent and or seven towers 4 and 3 gules (Transylvania); II gules in base a bull’s head caboshed, in chief a molet of five points, in base dexter a sun, and in base sinister a crescent increscent, all or (Moldavia), in chief an escutcheon crowned or, a double-headed eagle displayed sable, armed and crowned of the field, langued and charged on the breast with an escutcheon gules, three teeth fesswise in a gum palewise argent (Bathory); III per fess 1 azure an eagle rising, wings addorsed and inverted sable, armed and holding in its beak a cross pate fitchy or, in dexter chief a sun of the last, in sinister chief a crescent increscent argent (Wallachia) and 2 argent from a base vert a tree issuant between two women proper, habited azure, perched thereon an eagle close sable, wings addorsed and inverted, charged with a sun or

Arms of Romania 1921-1947

 

Blazon: Azure an eagle displayed holding in its beak a cross pate fitchy or, armed and langued gules, crowned argent, in the dexter claw a sword of the fourth hilted of the second, in the sinister a sceptre of the last, charged on the breast with an escutcheon per quarterly I azure an eagle displayed holding in its beak a cross pate fitchy or, armed and langued gules, between a sun and a crescent increscent in chief of the second (Wallachia); II gules a bull’s head caboshed, in chief a molet of five points, in base dexter a sun, and in base sinister a crescent increscent, all or (Moldova); III gules a demi-lion issuant from a bridge or above water in
base proper (Banat); IV per fess gules 1 azure a demi-eagle issuant from the partition sable, armed or, langued gules, between a sun of the third and a crescent decrescent argent and 2 or seven towers 4 and 3 (Transylvania); pointe azure two dolphins embowed, addorsed, and reversed or (Dobruja); overall in the fess point an escutcheon per quarterly argent and sable (Hohenzollern)