Dauphiné

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DAUPHINÉ

Blason de Dauphiné/Arms (crest) of Dauphiné
Official blazon
French Écartelé: aux 1er et 4e d'azur à trois fleurs de lis d'or, aux 2e et 3e d'or dauphin d'azur, barbé, crêté, lorré, oreillé et peautré de gueules.
English Quarterly, in first and fourth quarters azure three fleur-de-lys or, in second and third quarters or a dolphin azure with fins gules.

Origin/meaning

The arms are a combination of a canting (heraldic) dolphin and the Royal arms of France. The heir apparent to the French throne bore the title of Dauphine.

Coat of arms (crest) of Dauphiné

The arms in the Wapen- en Vlaggenboek van Gerrit Hesman (1708)
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The arms in Traversier (1842)
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The arms in the Café Sanka album +/- 1932
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The arms on a postcard by Kroma
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The arms on a Barré Dayez Postcard

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