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Heraldische Aantekeningen

 

 

De Ripperdá
Johan Willem Ripperda initially used a quartered coat-of-arms representing the families of his immediate ancestors as well as the house of Ripperda. From 1726 onward, he used the quartered coat-of-arms as granted by King Philip V of Spain upon his elevation to Duke and Grande of Spain1.
 

Shield:

 
Quarterly: I, Or (gold), three eagles Sable (black); II, Azure (blue), two fleurs-de-lis Or (gold) ensigned with a star Or (gold); III, Gule (red), three towers Argent (silver) (2, 1); IV, Or (gold), an eagle Sable (black), and below righ a star Azure (blue); over all an escutcheon Sable (black), a knight in armour on horseback wielding a sword Or (gold) (for Ripperda). All surrounded by ermine mantling Azure (blue), crowned with a ducal crown.
Supporters: Two rampant griffins Or (gold)

 

 

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1Described and depicted in the Spanish diploma of nobility dated 12 February 1726. Rietstap: Écartelé: au 1, d'or, à trois aigles de sable et une ligne horizontale de sable passant entre les aigles, 2 au-dessus et 1 au-dessous de ladite ligne; au 2, d'azur, à deux fleurs-de-lis d'or en chef et une étoile du même en pointe; au 3, de gueules, à trois tours d'argent; au 4, d'or, à l'aigle de sable acc. au canton dextre de la pointe d'une étoile d'azur. Sur le tout de sable à un chevalier, armé de toutes pièces, orné d'un baudrier de gueules, monté sur un cheval bai galopant sur une terrasse rocheuse au naturel, ledit chevalier tenant une lance en bande, cachée à demi derrière le cheval. Supports: deux griffons de couleur verdâtre, la queue passée entre les jambes. Manteau d'azur, doublé d'hermine, sommé d'une couronne ducale.

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Ripperda-Cosyn
Friedrich Unico Wilhelm von Ripperda-Cosyn was the first of his line to use the following, quartered coat-of-arms. However, many of his descendants continued to use the original Ripperda coat-of-arms.
 

Shield:
 
Shield: Quarterly: I and IV, Sable (black), a knight in armour on horseback wielding a sword Or (gold) (for Ripperda); II and III, Azure (blue), three birds Argent (silver) (2, 1) (for Cosyn/Cousin)
Helmen:  
Crest: Crests: I, Issuant from a coronet a dragon rampant with a plain collar Or (gold) (for Ripperda); II, Upon a wreath Azure (blue) and Argent (silver), two wings Argent (silver) (for Cosyn/Cousin) (sometimes also: Upon a wreath Azure (blue) and Argent (silver), a bird Argent)
Mantling: I, Sable (black) doubled Or (gold) (for Ripperda); II, Azure (blue) doubled Argent (silver) (for Cosyn/Cousin
Supporters: Two rampant griffins Or (gold)
Motto: Cum Deo


The shield is usually crowned with a German baron’s crown/coronet (Freiherrnkrone).

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Von Ripperda zu Petkum
Bolo von Ripperda, lord of Petkum, and his sisters used the following quartered coat-of-arms1.

Shield:
 
Shield: Quarterly: I and IV, Sable (black), a knight in armour on horseback wielding a sword Or (gold) (for Ripperda); II and III, per fess Gule (red) and Vert (green), and over all a rampant lion Argent (silver) (for Petkum)
Helmen:  
Crests: Crests: I, Issuant from a coronet a dragon rampant with a plain collar Or (gold) (for Ripperda); II, Issuant from a coronet a fleur-de-lis Argent (silver) (for Petkum)
Mantling: Mantling: I, Sable (black) doubled Or (gold) (for Ripperda); II, Gule (red) and Vert (green) doubled Argent (silver) (for Petkum).
Supporters: Supporters: Two rampant griffins Or (gold)

 

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1 Described and depicted in the nobility diploma of 3 September 1676 issued by Emperor Leopold I of the Holy Roman Empire.

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