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Lesser Coat-of-Arms 1785-1931 (Spain)

Used on ensigns and rank flags

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[Lesser Coat-of-Arms 1785-1931, used on ensigns and rank flags (Spain)]
image by Luis Miguel Arias

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The design of the coat-of-arms in the above image is partly based on a 1930 Royal Circular Order about markings and rank flags on military vehicles.

Luis Miguel Arias, translated by Santiago Dotor, 17 May 2002

English blazon: Per pale dexter Gules a castle triple-towered Or masoned Sable gate and windows Azure (Castile) and sinister Argent a lion Purpure langued and armed Gules crowned Or (Leon); crest: a royal crown proper.

Santiago Dotor, 22 Feb 2005