Arms of Castile and Leon

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The arms of the old crown of Castille and León are usually shown as quartely shield, one of spanish contributions to universal heraldry, and are today part of many coats of arms, including those of the current Spanish autonomous community of Castilla y León and of the kingdom of Spain, but also of places which were related to the crown.

Coats of arms[edit]

Evolution[edit]

Historical[edit]

The Queens[edit]

The Children of Ferdinand III, the Saint[edit]

Other Members of the Royal Family and Monarchs Descendants[edit]

Former Castilian Realms[edit]

Former royal coats[edit]

National and regional coats[edit]

Military coats[edit]

Municipal, insular and provincial coats[edit]

Municipal coats[edit]

Flags[edit]

Royal Standard

Current

Paintings depicting flags[edit]

Paintings depicting clothes[edit]

Reliefs[edit]

Other[edit]