Finke coat of arms

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Finckenstein Coat of Arms
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Earliest mention 12th century in Zurich
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Families Finck von Finckenstein, Finke, Lniski, Skrzyszewski vel Skrzyszowski

Fincke coat of arms (also Finckenstein coat of arms or Finke coat of arms) are a German coat of arms, also used in Poland. It is used by the German and Prussian Finck von Finckenstein family as well as the Lniski family from Elnis.


It is the coat of arms that belonged to the German family Finke that joined the Teutonic Knights before 1400 and moved to Prussia.


Notable bearers[edit]

Notable bearers of this coat of arms include:

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