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Stefan Urs Breu


Registration number 20151204A


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Stefan Urs Breu are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Per fess Argent and Gules in chief a rose Gules barbed Vert and seeded Or in base two swords in saltire Argent hilted Or.
Crest: Between a pair of wings in vol Argent pinioned Gules a rose Gules barbed Vert and seeded Or.
Motto: Ingenuus Et Fortis (Born Free and Brave)



Rationale

The armiger was born in 1965 in Switzerland. Originally active in the financial profession as a Banker and Auditor he is now the owner of his own Real Estate business.

He is active in several humanitarian organizations and is working with the United Nations in Geneva representing Non Government Organisations. He is a Phil Pugsley Patron of the Junior Chamber International (JCI).

The design combines the elements of swords in saltire and an heraldic rose used in old family seals to create this new Coat of Arms. The wings in vol represent the long history of being free burghers and the swords represent braveness.

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