Kusza Coat of Arms
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Kusza (pronounced Ku-Sha) is a Polish coat of arms.
Families using the main variant of the coat are: Bystrycki, Bystrzycki, Korejwa or Koreywa, Leszczynowicz, Kosicki, Kuszcz, Kuszczyński, Maszkiewicz, Maślakiewicz, Oławski, and Otawski.
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There are four variations of this coat of arms:
- KUSZA I "On a red field, a silver crossbow, without the arrow, and pointing downwards"
- KUSZA II "On a red field, a silver crossbow, without the arrow, pointing upwards"
- KUSZA III "On a red field, a silver crossbow, with a cyphered arrow, pointing upwards, and beneath the charge three silver chevrons (battons)"
- KUSZA IV "On a red field, a silver crossbow (with an arrow), pointing downwards, sometimes upwards".
Notable bearers of this coat of arms include:
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