Identification of a ring seal XVth century.

+6 votes

Good morning.

I hope that someone here shall be available to identify the coat of arms mentioned in this ring seal of the XVth century???

Ring seal XVth century


mja Mahé

in Genealogy Help by Manuel Mahé G2G2 (2.7k points)

1 Answer

+3 votes
It does not appear to me to be a coat of arms. It is more likely a crest,  badge or banner issued with respect to a particular coat of arms or just an ad hoc design created by the user. The fleur de lis is a very commonly used symbol in French heraldry.
by George Churchill G2G6 Mach 8 (86.8k points)
edited by George Churchill
Thank you.

Sure that this ring seal was certainly relative with a person of a royal lineage. The XVth century was a dark period for the kingdom of France. The most important period was around the story of johanne d'Arc. Perhaps that 1500€ isn't not very expensive for a possible precious ring seal???



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