Charles d'Albert (1578-1621)

    Quarterly:   I and IV, or
    a lion gules,       armed, langued and crowned azure (d'Albert)
        slightly higher;   II and III, azure     two wolves rampant combatant argent (de Ségur)
      slightly higher;;
    over all an escutcheon gules,
      a mace of or garnished sable in pale,
      a chief argent charged with a gonfanon gules
 (de Sarrat).
Drawn in a French shape
-- Charles d'Albert (1578-1621)

With Tags: d'Albert

Suggested by an anonymous user, who adds:

While this lacks the notion of a mace “garnished" or “handled" sable, this represents Ecartelé : I et IV, d'or, au lion de gueules, armé, lampassé et couronné d'azur (d'Albert) ; II et III, d'azur à deux loups rampant d'argent affrontés (de Ségur) ; sur-le-tout, de gueules à une masse d'armes d'or garnie de sable et posée en pal, au chef d'argent chargé d'un gonfanon de gueules (de Sarrat). quite well.

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