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A roll of 4 columns title "Communes of Creuse – Part 3" (2021) Quartered: 1st azure an eagle or, 2nd or a tree eradicated vert trunked tenne shown larger, 3rd or a tower az shown smaller smaller slightly taller higher, 4th az 6 roundels 1 2 3 or in base shown much further apart closer together very much larger very much larger much larger larger larger larger larger much taller over the quarterings a crosslet paty gules in abyss shown higher closer together further apart further apart. caption Montboucher then Gules 3 fleshpots or shown much larger a chief ermine. caption Mortroux then Parted per fess: 1st or a bell sable, 2nd gules a bend wavy azure. caption Moutier–Rozeille then Azure an eagle argent beaked and membered gules shown much wider a chief gu charged with a sword fesswise or. caption Nouhant then Gules a lion or crowned azure shown slightly lower slightly wider a fillet enhanced wavy of the last. caption Nouziers then Sable 3 chevrons wavy or. caption Peyrat–la–Nonière then Chape gules and argent a sword or shown slightly taller an ermine spot sable in dexter and sinister chief shown much smaller higher. caption "Pierrefitte, Creuse" then Argent 3 porcupines sable shown larger. caption Puy–Malsignat then (1860) Vert 3 wheels argent shown larger. caption Royère–de–Vassivière then Or 3 escallops azure shown larger. caption Saint–Domet then Azure a chevron a mullet in middle chief shown smaller smaller higher an ash sprig bendwise sinister reversed in dexter chief shown closer together an ash sprig bendwise in sinister chief shown closer together an ash sprig in middle base shown much higher all or. caption Saint–Fiel then Sable billetty or a lion of the last armed and langued gules shown slightly larger slightly wider. caption Saint–Julien–le–Châtel then Azure mulletty argent a lion or shown slightly larger slightly wider. caption Saint–Maixant then Parted per fess: 1st parted per pale I argent 3 fusils in fess gules shown larger, II gu a lion arg shown slightly larger slightly wider, 2nd azure 2 chevrons or. caption Saint–Merd–la–Breuille then (2004) Argent a crosslet paty gules in 1st and 4th quarter shown smaller an ermine spot in 2nd quarter an ermine spot sable in 3rd quarter shown much smaller slightly larger a fillet bordure gu. caption Saint–Moreil then Parted per pale: 1st azure semy of fleurs de lys shown larger larger or a bend gules charged with 3 lions passant argent shown very much lower very much lower much wider, 2nd parted per fess I arg a crosslet paty gu shown lower slightly lower, II vert a dolmen or shown slightly larger. caption Saint–Priest–la–Plaine skip (1860) Quartered: 1st and 4th sable a crozier reversed or, 2nd and 3rd vair. caption Saint–Sulpice–les–Champs then (2001) Or 6 fusils sable bendwise sinister in bend shown very much larger 2 crooks of basel gules in bend sinister shown very much larger much further apart. Caption Viersat
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