Tavey

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TAVEY

Département : Haute-Saône

Blason de Tavey
Official blazon
French Tiercé en pairle: Au 1er de sinople à la main bénissante de carnation, parée d'or et posée en pal, au 2e dor à trois demi-ramures de sable, posées en fasce, l'une au-dessus de l'autre, au 3e de gueules à deux bars adossés d'or.
English blazon wanted

Origin/meaning

The arms combine elements of the arms or symbols of the former rulers in the area. The top part refers to the Lure Abbey, the three deer antlers to the Dukes of Württemberg and the fish to the Counts of Montbéliard.

Literature: Image from http://www.armorialdefrance.fr


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