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Orgullomoore 23:02, 30 January 2007 (UTC)Hello, and thank your for sharing your files with Commons. There seems to be a problem regarding the description and or licensing of this particular file. Could you please resolve these problems, which are described on the page linked in above? Thank you. --
Thanks for your message about the Swedish Coat of Arms. My aim was to get the ball rolling on converting the arms to SVG by sketching the arms and hoping that, collaboratively, more details could be filled in. One of the advantages of SVG is that is very easy for anyone to make changes. Why don't you have a go yourself at correcting some of the problems? Best wishes, Arcjgh 15:03, 21 April 2007 (UTC)
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- A more precicse source, please. After that you can remove the "no source" tag. Regards, High Contrast (talk) 09:21, 18 August 2010 (UTC)
You asked about the mitre crown design for the Danish Kings. The depiction for that comes as far as I can remember from "A History of the Crown Jewels of Europe" written by Lord Edward Francis Twining.