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Renato Barraquio Mangahis


Registration number 20080905A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Renato Barraquio Mangahis are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Sable, a sun rayonnant with eight minor and lesser rays, accompanied in chief with four mullets in fess, and in base with two chevrons conjoined to form a letter M, all Or.
Crest: On a wreath Or and Sable is set for crest, an American bald eagle's head erased Proper, holding in the beak a cross roucy Gules.
Motto: Spiritus Amor Libertas.


Registration

2006 The American College of Heraldry 2981

Design rationale

The sun in the center of the shield represents the armiger's origins from the Philippines. It is the sun depicted in the Philippine flag and Philippine Coat of Arms. The four mullets in fess represents the four children of Renato Mangahis. The two chevrons conjoined to form a letter M in base, represents the M in Mangahis while also meaning builder and protection.The crest has the American bald eagle, which represents the armiger's new home, the United States. In the beak of the Eagle, is a red roucy cross to represent Christian faith.

Registered by

Patricia Mangahis

Categories

Personal, Original, US, M

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