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Family Crest Designs. In all ages and in all quarters of the world distinguishing symbols, or family crests have been adopted by tribes or nations, by families or by chieftains. .

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In all ages and in all quarters of the world distinguishing symbols, or family crests have been adopted by tribes or nations, by families or by chieftains.
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Greek and Roman poets describe the devices borne on the shields of heroes, and many such painted shields are pictured on antique vases.
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In the East we have such ancient symbols as the five-clawed dragon of the Chinese empire and the chrysanthemum of the emperor of Japan.
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In Japan, indeed, the systematized badges borne by the noble clans may be regarded as akin to the heraldry and family crests of the West.
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Before the landing of the Spaniards in Mexico the Aztec chiefs carried shields and banners, some of whose devices showed after the fashion of a phonetic writing the names of their bearers
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Interpreting the Coat of ArmsThe basic component of a coat of arms is the shield. Although the Medieval shield is perhaps the best-known shape, it is not the only one that was used.The shield was a warlike device and was often considered inappropriate for women or clergy. Thus, members of those groups often selected a different shape.

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Requirements:- All components of a Family Crest. (8 separate pieces)- Personalization to reflect yourself.- Motto or personal belief statement.