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3: Giata Magdalena Alberti - New Badge
OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in October of 2010, via Gleann Abhann
Argent, a fess between three mullets of eight points and a fleur de Lys Or
Requesting an IAP.
Three examples of metal on metal armory are attached in OSCAR from 1550-1555 Insignia Veneta, Mantuana, Bononiensia, Anconitana, Urbinatia, Perugiensia [BSB Cod.icon. 274] (930)
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The documentation shows that:
1. Plain fesses were used in Italian armory.
2. Mullets of eight points were used in Italian armory.
3. Fleurs-de-lys were used in Italian armory.
4. Fesses (or other horizontal primary charges) were used in Italian armory surrounded by two/three charges in chief and one in base.
5. Fesses that had poor contrast with the field were used in Italian armory.
6. Fesses with poor contrast are surrounded in Italian armory by charges which also have poor contrast.
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