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File:Armoiries Comtes de Luxembourg.svg


English: Coat of arms of Arms of the counts of Luxembourg, starting with Henry V. drawn by Caranorn for the Blazon Project of French-speaking Wikipedia, with Inkscape.
Source: Dr. Jean Claude Loutsch, Armorial du Pays de Luxembourg 1974 (p. 27). Image based on Meuble lion.svg and Luxembourg Old Arms.svg. - Blazon: Blazonned: Barry of ten argent and azure, a lion rampant gules, armed, langued, and crowned Or.
Français : Blason de Armoiries des comtes de Luxembourg à partir de Henri V. dessiné par Caranorn pour le Projet Blasons de Wikipédia francophone, avec Inkscape.
Source : Dr. Jean Claude Loutsch, Armorial du Pays de Luxembourg 1974 (p. 27). Image basé sur Meuble lion.svg et Luxembourg Old Arms.svg. - Blasonnement : Blasonné: Burelé d'argent et d'azur au lion rampant de gueules, couronné, armé et lampassé d'or.
Italiano: Stemma di non precisato disegnato da Caranorn per il Progetto Blasoni di Wikipedia in lingua francese, con Inkscape.
Origine: non precisata - Blasonatura: non precisata


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