Konderski Coat of Arms

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Coat of arms Konderski

Konderski - is a Polish Coat of Arms.

Blazon[edit]

Argent, a bend Gules, with three roses Argent.

The helm crowned with polish nobleman crown. Crest out of a crown - five ostrich feathers.

Mantling Gules doubled Argent.

The earliest mention[edit]

The coat of arms was granted at the coronation diet in 1764, for the Jewish brothers Joseph and Adam Konderski, former followers of Frankism. Confirmed by the Diet in 1775 and 14 June 1782.

Also the coat of arms of the related families of Kondek (Poland) and Konder (Saxon).

Names[edit]

  • Konderski, Kondek, Konder

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