Coat of arms (family crest) I designed for a Trott family from the USA
This family crest includes a central red cross and in 4 quarters a lower case Greek alpha followed by English letters “IZC”, half red and half white crescent, a wing quarterly in red and black, also a swan head. In the crest a falcon and a motto.
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