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Ok for you guys interested let....

Posted to: The Google+ Heraldry Community

Posted by: Chris van der Schyff

Created on: August 18 2016 at 21:42

Ok for you guys interested let me explain the symbolism used. The rotweiler reminds him of his days in the South African Air Force as a dog handler. The eagle on the helmet refers to both the airforce and his pilots license. The ermine spots represents his two sons and a daughter, that is why one is diffrent. The winged lion reflects his love of flying, his strong personality and the lions head is similar to SAAB vehicles. He owns a SAAB aircraft but their logo is not suitable. The lion also miss a digit on the one claw as does my friend. The blue and white both represents the airforce colours and the sky. Now one day when I learn to blazon I will give it to him as a gift.
Ok for you guys interested let me explain the symbolism used. The rotweiler reminds him of his days in the South African Air Force as a dog handler. The eagle on the helmet refers to both the airforce and his pilots license. The ermine spots represents his two sons and a daughter, that is why one is diffrent. The winged lion reflects his love of flying, his strong personality and the lions head is similar to SAAB vehicles. He owns a SAAB aircraft

Ok for you guys interested let me explain the symbolism used. The rotweiler reminds him of his days in the South African Air Force as a dog handler. The eagle on the helmet refers to both the airforce and his pilots license. The ermine spots represents his two sons and a daughter, that is why one is diffrent. The winged lion reflects his love of flying, his strong personality and the lions head is similar to SAAB vehicles. He owns a SAAB aircraft

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