BATTISTUZZO, Gaspare   


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BATTISTUZZO, Gaspare
 
Arms: Vert a staglion or leoncervo (viz, having the body of a lion and the head of a stag) rampant Argent  armed and langued Gules holding a jewel Gules in its forepaws all within a tressure flory-counter-flory Argent.
Crest: Rising from a coronet palisado Gules a demi-horse salient proper chained Or.
Motto: MON BEAU REGARD (My outlook is good)
Source: Signor Battistuzzo is a citizen and resident of Italy, which no longer has an heraldic authority.  These are assumed arms, and replace other arms S. Battistuzzo was using;  they could not be registered on the Society's Roll as they gave the impression of being inherited quartered arms (which they were not, nor were being claimed as such).  This new achievement was designed by S. Battistuzzo and Archdeacon Peter Hannen, with input from  Gordon Macpherson.
Artist: Gordon Macpherson

Symbolism:
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Released: November 9, 2010 / Last modified: November 9, 2010