Spain

Quarterly
1st gules, a tower triple towered or
2nd argent, a lion purpure eastern crowned or, armed and tongued gules
3rd or four palets gules
4th gules, 
  a ribbon gules maily or 
  a ribbon sinister gules maily or , 
  a cross fillet couped gules maily or 
  a bordure gules 
  an orle gules maily or fimbriated gules, 
  six roundels or in fess smaller lowered 
  six roundels gules in fess smaller smaller smaller lowered, 
  seven roundels or in pale smaller 
  seven roundels gules in pale smaller smaller smaller, 
  a roundel or in fess point smaller smaller smaller smaller 
  a roundel vert in fess point smaller smaller smaller smaller  smaller;;
over all quarterings 
  on a lozenge argent in middle base larger  larger larger lowered lowered lowered 
    a pomegranate proper smaller raised raised raised
a roundel gules in fess point smaller,
on a roundel azure in fess point smaller smaller smaller 
  three fleurs de lys or larger larger

Suggested by an anonymous user, who adds:

Navarre (4th quartering) is an approximation, still, but it's getting closer, I think. I added Granada (enty in point simulated with a lozenge charge, because the ordinary obscured too much of Navarre) and the Anjou branch of the House of Bourbon (oval escutcheon simulated with two roundels)

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