Registration number 20130803A
This certifies that the heraldic arms of Ramon Bravo-Gonzalez are registered as an original design and are described by the blazon below
Arms: Azure, a barrulet wavy enhanced Argent, between in base three coronets bottony placed two and one, at honour point a set of three keys, two in saltire and one in pale all Or, and in chief between two bezants a Mexican step-pyramid proper.
Crest: Statant upon a rocky ground a Mexican eagle proper, in its beak a key upwards in bend Vert, the ward to dexter Or.
Motto: Prorsum Semper (Ever Forward)
- Bureau of Heraldry, South Africa: Government Notice No. 152 of March 2, 2012 (as amended under Notice No. 435 of June 8, 2012) and as published under Notice No. 891 of October 28, 2011. Registration: H4/3/4/951. Certificate No. 3796 issued on October 4, 2012.
- Chronicler of Arms of Castilla and León, H.E. Don Alfonso Ceballos-Escalera y Gila, Marqués de La Floresta.
- Registro Araldico Italiano (Reg. n. 337, March 19, 2012).
- Wappenrolle der Heraldischen Gemeinschaft Westfalen (Laufende Nummer: 07/12 Wappennummer: 2106412).
- The International Register of Arms, 6th March 2012, Registration No. 0224.
The pyramid represents the armiger's interest in architecture and archaeology. The bezants and the keys represent the armiger’s undergraduate degree in Accounting and Finance. The three coronets represent the armiger’s links with Sweden, while the waves represent his love for the sea and sea destinations. The eagle represents the armiger's Mexican heritage.
Personal, Original, MX, B