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Coat of arms of Plantagenet

Coat of arms of Plantagenet "Gules three leopards Or" made of reconstituted stone, provided with a system of hanging on the back.
Paintings and patinas in the old wood style made by hand. Dimensions: 25 x 30 cm approximately.  Weight: about 3 kg. Artisanal manufacture

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Coats of arms of the Kings of England and Dukes of Aquitaine from 1198 to 1340 :
Richard Lionheart (1157 † 1199)
Jean sans Terre (1166 † 1216)
Henri III (1207 † 1272)
Edward I (1237 † 1307)
Edward II (1284 † 1327)
Edward III (1312 † 1377)
Gules three leopards Or.

The coat of arms of Aquitaine, country of origin of Eleanor, was a golden lion on a red background. The coat of arms of Normandy, country of origin of Henry II, it was two lions Or on a red background. So when they got married and Henri claimed England, the Plantagenet family took as their coat of arms three golden lions on a red background.

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Coat of arms of Plantagenet

Coat of arms of Plantagenet

Coat of arms of Plantagenet "Gules three leopards Or" made of reconstituted stone, provided with a system of hanging on the back.
Paintings and patinas in the old wood style made by hand. Dimensions: 25 x 30 cm approximately.  Weight: about 3 kg. Artisanal manufacture