This item was on the 03-2013 LoAR
13: Mlada Monguligin - New Device
OSCAR finds the name on the East LoI of December 21, 2012 as submitted.
Gules, a tamga consisting of a pallet couped crossed with a sans-serif letter "M" inverted argent, issuant from a trimount vert.
Pennsic Herald's Point found the symbol at http://www.goldschp.net/archive/rusheraldry.html.
Commenters in kingdom generally agreed that this device conflicts with the modern arms of Hungary (attached). However, Wreath and Laurel have requested that this device be sent up as a test case.
The device was originally blazoned as Gules, a tamga consisting of a pallet couped crossed with an Uncial sans-serif letter "M" inverted argent, issuant from a trimount vert. We have removed the reference to Uncial since that part of the image in no way matches an Uncial letter M. There was some debate in kingdom as to whether the white object is properly blazoned as a tamga and invite commentary on that question.
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