Kevin Haelterman

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Personal arms


Registration no.: 029/2019

Individual/family : Individual
Country of origin : Belgium
Place of origin : Flanders
Granted : Yes
Granted/officially recorded by : Flemish Heraldic Council

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Official English blazon

Or, a chevron, between in dexter chief an oak leaf bendwise sinister and in sinister chief an oak leaf bendwise, and in base a hexagon Sable, the latter charged with a fillet pall Or.

On a helm Argent, barred, collared, and trimmed Or and a wreath of the colours, a branch raguly sprouting oak twigs leaved proper. Mantled Sable doubled Or.

Motto ROBUR, lettering Or on a scroll sable.

Other language blazon

In goud een keper van sabel, vergezeld boven van twee eikenbladen rechts schuinlinks geplaatst en links schuin geplaatst, en onder van een zeshoek, alles van sabel, de zeshoek beladen met een streepgaffel van goud. Het schild getopt met een helm van zilver, getralied, gehalsband en omboord van goud, gevoerd en gehecht van keel, met wrong en dekkleden van goud en van sabel.

Helmteken: een knoestige tak met uitkomende gebladerde eikentwijgen, alles van natuurlijke kleur.

Wapenspreuk: ROBUR in letters van goud op een lint van sabel.


The arms tell a story that spans 4 generations. Two oak leaves on top represent the armiger's grandfather and great grandfather, who were park rangers. A chevron refers to their parents who provided a fantastic family home to grow up in, a “roof“ above their head. At the bottom a hexagon charged with a fillet pall, resembles a cube, it refers to the armiger's job as a game and digital designer.

The crest shows an old branch sprouting young oak twigs, felled yet more alive than ever. This refers to the armiger's great grandfather who miraculously survived a grave injury during the Great War.

The motto ROBUR, translates to “strength“ and also refers to “hard timer“ and “oak”. It describes the whole story in one single word.

Registration details

Flemish heraldic Council - reg. no. 256


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