Arms of Charles d’Albert

Albert

Lord of Luynes 1592-1619, duke of Luynes 1619-1621 (1578-1621)

Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV or a lion rampant gules armed, langued, and crowned azure (Albert), II and III azure two wolves combatant argent (Ségur), overall in the fess point an escutcheon gules a mace palewise or garnished sable, on a chief argent a gonfanon of the field (Sarrats)

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From The Blazon of Gentrie by Sir John Ferne (1586) p196

Blazon: Gules a gonfanon or

Ferne specifies that this charge is “good in french Armory” and blazons it as a “banner of three pennons” instead.

Arms of Frédéric Maurice de La Tour d’Auvergne

Prince of Sedan and Raucourt, Duke of Bouillon, Albret, Château-Thierry, Auvergne, Évreux, and Beaumont-le-Roger, Viscount of Conches, and Baron de la Tour (1605-1652)

Blazon: Per quarterly; I and IV azure semé de lis or, a tower argent (de la Tour); II or three torteaux (Courtenay); III bendy gules and or (Turenne); overall in the fess point an escutcheon per pale or a gonfanon gules fringed and ringed vert (Auvergne) and gules a fess argent (Austria)

Arms of Frédéric Maurice de La Tour d’Auvergne

Prince of Sedan and Raucourt, Duke of Bouillon, Albret, Château-Thierry, Auvergne, Évreux, and Beaumont-le-Roger, Viscount of Conches, and Baron de la Tour (1605-1652)

Blazon: Per quarterly; I and IV azure semé de lis or, a tower argent (de la Tour); II or three torteaux (Courtenay); III bendy gules and or (Turenne); overall in the fess point an escutcheon per pale or a gonfanon gules fringed and ringed vert (Auvergne) and gules a fess argent (Austria)