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HERALDER


IBERIAN HERALDRY AND RELATED ITEMS


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Emyndil (talk) 22:59, 26 October 2011 (UTC) Edoardo Cavaleri (talk) 16:16, 30 June 2013 (UTC)
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Contents

Spain[edit]

Present[edit]


Institutional Variants[edit]

Members of the Spanish Royal Family[edit]

Monarch[edit]
Heiress Apparent[edit]
Other Members[edit]

Royal Academies (Institute of Spain)[edit]

Armed Forces[edit]

Army[edit]
Navy[edit]
Air Force[edit]
Civil Guard[edit]
Others[edit]
NATO-Spain[edit]

Law Enforcement[edit]

National Police Corps[edit]
Customs Surveillance Service[edit]
Head of Government Office Security Department[edit]

Emergency and Rescue Agencies[edit]


National Intelligence Center[edit]

Former Spanish Kingdoms[edit]

Territories of the Former Crown of Aragon[edit]

Royal House[edit]
Monarchs[edit]


Queens Consort[edit]
Prince of Girona[edit]
Other members of the Royal House[edit]
Alonso of Aragon[edit]
Aragon[edit]
Aragonese Kingdom of Sicily[edit]
Catalonia[edit]
Valencia[edit]
Present[edit]
Historical[edit]
Balearic Islands[edit]
Present[edit]
Historical[edit]
Mallorca[edit]
Minorca[edit]
Ibiza and Formentera[edit]
Duchies in Greece[edit]
Others (Aragonese Territories)[edit]
Badges[edit]

Former Crown of Castile[edit]

Present[edit]

Asturias

Historical[edit]
Queens Consort[edit]
Prince of Asturias[edit]
The Children of Ferdinand III, the Saint[edit]
Other Members of the Royal Family and Monarchs Descendants[edit]
John of Gaunt, First Duke of Lancaster, Crown of Castile Pretender[edit]
Badges[edit]
Former Kingdom of Castile[edit]
Present[edit]
Historical[edit]
Propagation of the Arms of Castile[edit]
Former Kingdom of León[edit]
Present[edit]
Historical[edit]
Former Kingdom of Galicia[edit]
Present[edit]
Historical[edit]
Basque Lordships[edit]
Present[edit]
Historical[edit]


Lordship of Molina[edit]
Present[edit]
Historical[edit]
Crown of Castile Realms[edit]

Navarre[edit]

Present[edit]


Historical[edit]
Arms of the Monarchs Navarre (1328-1425) with the Royal Crest.svg
Arms of the Monarchs of Navarre
with the Royal Crest,
House of Evreux
Heir Apparent[edit]
Queens Consort[edit]
Members of the Royal Family and Monarchs Descendants[edit]
Badges[edit]

Emirate of Granada[edit]

Provinces[edit]

ODD - Caballero.svg Provinces of Spain no names.svg Provinces

Largest Cities and Notable Towns[edit]

ODD - Caballero.svg Ciudad.svg Largest Cities and Notable Towns

Comarcas[edit]

ODD - Caballero.svg Grandes unidades España.jpg Comarcas

Plazas de Soberanía (Places of Sovereignty)[edit]

Other (Spain)[edit]

Historical[edit]

Crowns of Aragon and Castile (Spain): Catholic Monarchs[edit]

Ornamented Coat of Arms of Queen Isabella of Castile (1474-1492).svg Ornamented Coat of Arms of Queen Isabella of Castile (1492-1504).svg
Coat of Arms of Catholic Monarchs with all supporters
1474-1492 1492-1504
Ferdinand II of Aragon[edit]


Coat of Arms of Ferdinand II of Aragon with supporters (1513-1516).svg
Coat of Arms of Ferdinand II of Aragon, 1513-1516
(with supporters)

Crown of Castile and Duchy of Burgundy: Joanna and Philip[edit]

Joanna of Castile[edit]
Ornamented Coat of Arms of Queen Joanna of Castile.svg
Coat of Arms of Queen Joanna of Castile
(with supporters)
Philip of Burgundy, Called "the Handsome"[edit]


Full Ornamented Coat of Arms of Philip I of Castile.svg
Coat of Arms of Philip I of Castile
(with supporters, crest and motto)

Holy Roman Empire. Crowns of Castile and Aragon, Kingdom of Navarre (Spain). Low Countries, Archduchy of Austria. Duchy of Milan: Charles V / I[edit]

Heir of Burgundy[edit]
Monarch of Castile, Aragon, Navarre (Spain) and the Low Countries (1516-1530)[edit]
Full Ornamented Coat of Arms of Charles I of Spain (1516-1520).svg
Full Ornamented Coat of Arms of Charles I of Spain-Flanders and Tyrol Escutcheon (1518-1520).svg
Full Ornamented Coat of Arms of Charles I of Spain (1520-1530).svg
1516-1518,
Version with supporters and motto
1518-1520,
Version with supporters and motto
1520-1530,
Version with supporters and motto
Holy Roman Emperor (1530-1556)[edit]
Middle Coat of Arms of Charles I of Spain, Charles V as Holy Roman Emperor.svg
Greater Coat of Arms of Charles I of Spain, Charles V as Holy Roman Emperor (1530-1556).svg
Middle Coat of Arms Greater Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms of Charles I of Spain, Charles V as Holy Roman Emperor-Or shield variant (1530-1556).svg Ornamented Coat of Arms of Charles I of Spain, Charles V as Holy Roman Emperor (1530-1556).svg
Or Shield Variant Version with Supporters and Motto
Variant as Monarch of Navarre[edit]
Variant as Monarch of Milan[edit]

Crowns of Castile and Aragon, Kingdom of Navarre (Spain). Kingdom of England and Ireland as Consort (1554–1558). Kingdom of Portugal (since 1580). Low Countries. Duchy of Milan: Philip II[edit]

Coat of Arms of Philip II of Spain with the Eagle of St. John (1558-1580).svg
Royal Coat of Arms of Spain with Supporters (1580-1668).svg
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS OF SPAIN, 1558-1580
(with the Eagle of St. John as supporter)
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS OF SPAIN, 1580-1668
(with supporters)
Coat of Arms of Philip II of Spain with Germanic Ornaments (1558-1580).svg
Royal Coat of Arms of Spain with Germanic Ornaments (1580-1621).svg
COAT OF ARMS OF PHILIP II, 1558-1580
Chivaric design of the Order of the Golden Fleece Armorial
COAT OF ARMS OF PHILIP II AND PHILIP III,
Chivaric design of the Order of the Golden Fleece Armorial
Full Ornamented Coat of arms of Philip II of Spain (1556–1558).svg
Full Ornamented Coat of arms of Philip II of Spain (1558–1580).svg
Full Ornamented Coat of Arms of Philip II of Spain (1580-1598).svg
COAT OF ARMS OF PHILIP II, 1556-1558
Spanish Monarch and King Jure Uxoris of England
(with supporters, crest and motto)
COAT OF ARMS OF PHILIP II, 1558-1580
(with supporters, crest and motto)
COAT OF ARMS OF PHILIP II, 1580-1598
(with supporters, crest and motto)
Variants[edit]

Crowns of Castile and Aragon, Kingdom of Navarre (Spain). Kingdom of Portugal (until 1640). Habsburg Netherlands. Duchy of Milan: 1598-1700[edit]

Royal Coat of Arms of Spain with Supporters (1580-1668).svg
Coat of Arms of Charles II of Spain with Supporters (1668-1700).svg
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS OF SPAIN, 1598-1668
(with supporters)
COAT OF ARMS OF CHARLES II OF SPAIN, 1668-1700
(with supporters)
Royal Coat of Arms of Spain with Germanic Ornaments (1580-1621).svg
Royal Coat of Arms of Spain with Germanic Ornaments (1621-1668).svg
Coat of Arms of Charles II of Spain with Germanic Ornaments (1668-1700).svg
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS OF SPAIN, 1598-1621
Chivaric design of the Order of the Golden Fleece Armorial
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS OF SPAIN, 1621-1668
Chivaric design of the Order of the Golden Fleece Armorial
COAT OF ARMS OF CHARLES II OF SPAIN, 1668-1700
Chivaric design of the Order of the Golden Fleece Armorial
Full Ornamented Coat of Arms of Philip III of Spain.svg
Full Ornamented Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1621-1668).svg
COAT OF ARMS OF PHILIP III
(with supporters, crest and motto)
COAT OF ARMS OF PHILIP IV AND CHARLES II
(with supporters, crest and motto)
Variants[edit]

War of the Spanish Succession[edit]

Archduke Charles of Austria[edit]
Coat of Arms of Charles II of Spain with Supporters (1668-1700).svg
Coat of Arms of Archduke Charles of Austria Claim to the Spanish throne with Supporters (SpanishTerritories of the Crown of Aragon).svg
Coat of Arms of Archduke Charles as Pretender
Common version with supporters
Coat of Arms of Archduke Charles as Pretender
Version for the Peninsular Territories of the Crown of Aragon with supporters


Philip of France, Duke of Anjou[edit]
Full Ornamented Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1761).svg
COAT OF ARMS
(with supporters, mantle, crest and mottos)

Variants[edit]

Kingdom of Spain and the Indies[edit]

Full Ornamented Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1700-1761).svg
Full Ornamented Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1761-1868 and 1874-1931).svg
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS, 1700-1761
(with supporters, mantle, crest and mottos)
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS, 1761-1868 / 1874-1931
(with supporters, mantle, crest and mottos)

Napoleonic Invasion[edit]

Kingdom of Spain (House of Bourbon, Restored)[edit]

Full Ornamented Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1761-1868 and 1874-1931).svg
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS, 1812-1868
(with supporters, mantle, crest and mottos)

Provisional Government[edit]

Kingdom of Spain (House of Savoy)[edit]

First Spanish Repubic[edit]

Kingdom of Spain (House of Bourbon, Restored)[edit]

Full Ornamented Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1761-1868 and 1874-1931).svg
Full Ornamented Royal Coat of Arms of Spain (1931).svg
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS, 1761-1868 and 1874-1931
(with supporters, mantle, crest and mottos)
ROYAL COAT OF ARMS, 1931
(with supporters and crest)

Second Spanish Republic[edit]


Civil War[edit]

Republican Faction[edit]
National Faction[edit]

Francoist Spain and Transition to Democracy[edit]

National Movement[edit]
Francisco Franco[edit]

Lesser Coats of Arms of Spanish Monarchs[edit]

Prince of Asturias[edit]

Royal Consorts of Spain[edit]

Francis, Duke of Cádiz, King Consort of Spain[edit]

Queens Dowager[edit]

Other members of the Royal Family[edit]

Spanish House of Habsburg[edit]
Spanish House of Bourbon[edit]
Infante Charles of Spain (Future Charles III) as Monarch of Parma, Naples and Sicily[edit]
Infante Philip of Spain. Monarch of Parma, Piacenza and Guastalla[edit]
Infante Louis of Spain, Cardinal, Archbishop of Toledo and Count of Chinchón[edit]
Infante Charles of Spain, Count of Molina. First Carlist Claimant[edit]
Infanta Isabella of Spain (1851–1931), called "La Chata"[edit]
Infante Juan, Pretender to the Spanish Crown[edit]
Infanta Maria of the Two Sicilies, Consort of Juan, Pretender to the Spanish Throne[edit]
Alfonso, Duke of Cadiz[edit]
Infante Juan Carlos of Spain, Prince of Spain[edit]
Letizia Ortiz, Crown Princess[edit]
Carlist Claimants[edit]
Crown Dukedoms[edit]
Spanish Bourbonic Monarchs in Italy[edit]

Regents[edit]

Crown of Castile[edit]
Crown of Aragon[edit]
(Spain) Crowns of Castile and Aragon, Kingdom of Navarre (Spain). Kingdom of Portugal, 1580-1640[edit]
Kingdom of Spain and the Indies[edit]
Kingdom of Spain[edit]

Notable Examples of Spanish Heraldry Overseas Presence[edit]

Present[edit]

Chile[edit]
Colombia[edit]
Mexico[edit]
United States[edit]
Puerto Rico[edit]

Historical[edit]

Spanish Empire[edit]
Overseas Provinces[edit]
Spanish West Africa[edit]
Spanish Guinea[edit]

Spanish Heraldry in France[edit]

Present[edit]

Historical[edit]

René of Anjou[edit]


Catalano-Aragonese Heraldry in Italy[edit]

Crowns, Coronets and Crests[edit]

Badges, Orders of Knighthood and Insignia[edit]


Orders, Decorations and Awards[edit]

Professional Insignia[edit