BRESLAU (Province of Silesia, Prussia).
BRESLAU (Province of Silesia, Prussia). Quarterly: i, gules, a lion rampant argent (Bohemia) ; 2, Silesia ; 3, or, a W sable (Wratislavia) ; 4, gules, issuing from a reversed coronet the bust of St John the Evangelist (supposed to have been originally the bust of St Dorothea, and over all the symbol of St John the Baptist — viz. : the head proper in a charger argent). Mantling — Gules and argent. Crest — Between two flags barry of gules and argent, and issuing from a coronet the bust of St John the Evangelist. [Granted 1530.]
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