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Arms of an Archduke of Austria and Knight of the Golden Fleece 1815-1896. Hugo Gerard Ströhl.

Arms of an Archduke of Austria and Knight of the Golden Fleece 1815-1896. Hugo Gerard Ströhl.

Arms of an Archduke of Austria-Este and a Knight of the Golden Fleece 1896-1918. Hugo Gerard Ströhl.

Arms of an Archduke of Austria-Este and a Knight of the Golden Fleece 1896-1918. Hugo Gerard Ströhl.

New Coat of Arms of Archduke Eugen of Austria-Teschen (1863-1954), Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, by Hugo Gerard Ströhl.

New Coat of Arms of Archduke Eugen of Austria-Teschen (1863-1954), Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, by Hugo Gerard Ströhl.

Coat of Arms of Archduke Wilhelm of Austria-Teschen (1827-1894), Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, by Hugo Gerard Ströhl.

Coat of Arms of Archduke Wilhelm of Austria-Teschen (1827-1894), Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, by Hugo Gerard Ströhl.

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Escudo de la Provincia de Prusia Occidental
Großes Wappen Preußische Provinzen Westpreußen
Coat of Arms of the Prussian Province of West Prussia Hugo Gerard Ströhl (1851-1919)

@Neoprusiano Escudo de la Provincia de Prusia Occidental Großes Wappen Preußische Provinzen Westpreußen Coat of Arms of the Prussian Province of West Prussia Hugo Gerard Ströhl (1851-1919)

Kingdom of Illyria, Österreichisch Ungarische Wappenrolle 1900, Hugo Gerhard Ströhl.

Kingdom of Illyria, Österreichisch Ungarische Wappenrolle 1900, Hugo Gerhard Ströhl.

Margraviate of Moravia, Österreichisch Ungarische Wappenrolle 1900, Hugo Gerhard Ströhl.

Margraviate of Moravia, Österreichisch Ungarische Wappenrolle 1900, Hugo Gerhard Ströhl.

The Estate and city of Triest (now Trieste, Italy) joined Austria in 1382 as a protection against Venice. The arms were officially granted in 1467 by Emperor Friedrich III after the siege by the Venetians. The arms show in the lower half a spear, symbol of St. Sergius, patron saint of the city on the arms of Austria. The present city uses only the spear in its arms, but in a red field. The upper half shows the Imperial eagle

The Estate and city of Triest (now Trieste, Italy) joined Austria in 1382 as a protection against Venice. The arms were officially granted in 1467 by Emperor Friedrich III after the siege by the Venetians. The arms show in the lower half a spear, symbol of St. Sergius, patron saint of the city on the arms of Austria. The present city uses only the spear in its arms, but in a red field. The upper half shows the Imperial eagle

Margraviate of Istria, Österreichisch Ungarische Wappenrolle 1900, Hugo Gerhard Ströhl.

Margraviate of Istria, Österreichisch Ungarische Wappenrolle 1900, Hugo Gerhard Ströhl.

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