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- Argent, within an orle Vert, a lion rampant of the same, langued, armed, and holding in its forepaws a latin cross fleury Gules.
- A lion's dexter paw Vert armed Gules holding three ostrich plumes of the same.
The lion led by the crucifix he bares represents the armiger allowing Christ to lead them to glory as well as letting him lead to the true path. The orle which surrounds the lion is common in Spanish heraldry, which represents the armigers family and heritage.
Blazon: On a cross fleury Or, a lion's head erased Vert langued Gules.