Juan Alberto Martínez

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JUAN ALBERTO MARTÍNEZ

Registration no.: 022/2021

Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : Spain
Place of origin : Alcázar de San Juan, La Mancha
Granted : No
Granted/officially recorded by : -

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Official English blazon

Gules, a winged train wheel argent surmounted by a cherry blossom flower of the same between the wings.

Other language blazon

Spanish: De gules una rueda de tren alada de plata surmontada de una flor de cerezo de lo mismo entre las alas.

Timbre: yelmo con lambrequines y sumado por burelete y cimera con un búho de oro sosteniendo en la garra derecha un libro abierto de plata.

Origin/meaning

Gules and argent are the main tinctures of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, of which the armiger's hometown was part, and also of La Mancha, land of many orders that all used these tinctures.

The winged wheel represents railways (the armiger's family job and one of their main hobbies), progress and commerce (as a computers fan and full-time programmer, mostly for large corporations), and constant search for improvement.

The cherry blossom represents Japan, the armiger's interest for its culture and goal to learn their language and customs.

The owl and the book represent the armiger's current knowledge and the things that they yet want to learn and know about.

Registration details

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