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Section: Vol.II: the Noble Families

Mr Naderwell (of the City of St. Petersburg)

Author and artist: Michael Medvedev, GHA[R]

A Russian noble lineage, posterity of a subject of the Hapsburgs. The arms are newly adopted but their design, apart of the religious meaning (Our Lady’s sorrows), reflects the old family traditions, hinting to the genealogical links with two prominent Baltic families. The heraldic motif of a “belted” fleur-de-lis is traditional for Russian heraldry (being imported from Poland) but the “two-belted” lily so far seems to be unique.

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© 2006 The.Heraldry.Ru / D.Ivanov, M. Medvedev