Chamberet

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CHAMBERET

Département : Corrèze

Blason de Chamberet

Official blazon

Parti : au 1er coupé au I d'or à deux lions léopardés de gueules et au II de sable au lion d'or, au 2e fascé d'argent et de gueules, les fasces d'argent chargées chacune de trois mouchetures d'hermine de sable.

Origin/meaning

The arms were adopted on September 14, 1981.

The arms are a combination of elements of the arms of three formerly important families; the lion is taken from the Pierrebuffière family, the two leopards from the Comborn family and the left half from the Boisse family.

Blason de Chamberet

The arms on an adhesive postcard


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


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