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Nenad Jovanovich
 
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28 December 2006 16:12
 
 
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28 December 2006 16:26
 

Nenad,

Ooooooh, very nice!  :D Excellent work!

 

BTW, nice to see you here on the AHS!

 

Take care,

 
 
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28 December 2006 16:35
 

Thank you, Philip!

Nice to see a familiar shield around!

 
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04 January 2007 21:43
 

The Book of standards: ‘‘The System of the Heraldic Insignia of the Princely Branch of the Serbian Royal House of Karageorgevich’’ is now accessible on-line: http://www.czipm.org/sistem.html

 
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04 January 2007 22:10
 

Extremely interesting!

I have always been fascinated with the monarchies of Serbia and Montenegro. I also find heraldic specification sheets very interesting, as well as important. If you go to the Wikipedia site, you will be able to find a specification sheet of the royal Romanian coat of arms.

 

I can post it if you are interested.

 
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04 January 2007 22:19
 

Please do, Mr Hossam.

 
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04 January 2007 22:35
 

Is there any English translation of those pages?  I think I was looking at Russian, but I can’t be too sure;)

 
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04 January 2007 22:39
 

No, it’s in Serbian, but pictures speak louder than words I believe…

Only the blazon is given both in Serbian and English.

 
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04 January 2007 22:41
 

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/30/Stema_Regala.jpg


Quote:

It includes the royal motto, in Latin: Nihil Sine Deo (Nothing Without God)

In Romanian:

Stema Regatului României Întregite

Stema se întrebuinţează în trei forme:

Stema cea mare: în actele Statului emanate dela M. S. (Măria Sa) Regele şi în actele oficiale internaţionale, cum şi în cazuri speciale din Înalt ordin al M. S. Regelui.

Stema cea medie, fără pavilion: de armată şi de autorităţile Statului.

Stema cea mică, compusă din cele trei scuturi cu coroana de oţel: pe sigile şi stampile oficiale.

Translation:

 

The Coat of Arms of Whole Romania

The coat of arms is used in three forms:

The great coat of arms: in the acts of the states which were propagated from His Highness, the King and in official international acts, as well as in special cases, from the high order of his His Highness, the King.

The medium coat of arms, without pavilion: by the Army and the authorities of the State

The smaller coat of arms, formed by the three shields and the steel crown: on official seals and stamps.


of interest as well, I presume:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanian_heraldry

 
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04 January 2007 22:45
 

Thank you.

Looks great.

 

Didn’t see this one before!

 
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05 January 2007 03:30
 

these are the present arms of romania

http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/images/r/ro).gif

 

as you can see there have been some changes in 1992

 
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05 January 2007 06:17
 

emrys wrote:

these are the present arms of romania

http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/images/r/ro).gif

 

as you can see there have been some changes in 1992


Which is hardly suprising since Romania isn’t a Monarchy anymore. The Supporters, robel, royal Crowns and the Shield of Hohenzollern have been removed to create a Republican Arms.

 
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12 January 2007 14:11
 

CoA of Anthony Mohanamukar Raman Naikan from New Zealand, rendered with the blessing of His Eminent Grace Episcope of Australia and New Zealand, Lord Irinej (Dobrijevich):

http://www.czipm.org/Grafika/Foto/gal_her129.jpg

 
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12 January 2007 22:53
 

Very nice, very nice indeed.

 
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13 January 2007 07:04
 

The purple Phoenix in the red field is not a pleasing effect. I would suggest to change it into silver or gold.

 
Andrew J Vidal
 
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13 January 2007 08:42
 

Isn’t that also a violation of tincture?  Purple on Gules?