Re d'Armi Italiano Imperiale
2008 in descendancy from the Vice-Kingship of Italy in the Holy Roman
Empire, founded in 876
with the Instituto Heráldico de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires
Re d'Armi (Imperial
Italian Chronicler King of Arms) is the sole heraldic authority for
the Imperial Kingdom of Italy from its establishment by Holy Roman
Emperor Charlemagne in the year 855 until the end of its formal
functioning with the rise of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy in the
year 1801. From 1801 to the present, the Cronista Re d'Armi remains a
competent authority for Italian coats of arms in general and the
primary authority for Italian coats of arms related to the Holy Roman
Empire, distinct from the Savoy Kingdom of Italy and the Italian
Republic. Today the Cronista Re d'Armi operates under the sovereign
ecclesiastical authority of the Anglican Patriarchate (Stato
Pontificio/Pontifical Roman State, distinct from the modern Vatican
City-State) and may register or grant coats of arms to persons
resident in, born in, or ancestrally affiliated with the territories
of the Holy Roman Empire, specifically Italy, Germany, France, Spain,
and all other European countries, Britain, the Holy Land and the
former Crusader States, North America, and South America. The
Cronista Re d'Armi also certifies genealogy and titles of nobility.
and grants of arms are recorded with an A2 size Document containing a
high-quality rendering of the coat of arms, the name and details
(including titles and honours, if any) of the grantee, and the
appropriate seals of the Cronista. Arms are rendered in a standard
format on the registration document according to the traditions of
the Cronsita Re. All coats of arms are subject to approval before
grants are issued. It is advised to discuss design and have approval
prior to making a donation.
registration and grants are as follows (and subject to change).
Registration/Grant with Supporters: $1000
Registration/Grant with Mantle or Mantle and Pavilion: $1500
Registration/Grant with Supporters and Mantle or Mantle and Pavilion: $2000
Additional augmentations, when approved, typically require additional
donation. Also, shields with more than six quarters typically require
the Cronista Re
Seal in box
pendant from a blue ribbon
heraldic grant document.
grant with seal, tied with red cord, shown next to its tube.
Notes on Design
1. Arms may be
granted to gentlemen or ladies of good reputation at the discretion
of the Cronista Re.
are typically only granted to nobles of the rank of Baron or higher.
3. A mantle is
only granted to members of houses with baronial rank or higher. The
royal mantle, i.e, the mantle with pavilion, is only granted to those
sovereign houses above the rank of Duke and Prince.
Ecclesiastical arms for clerics are granted typically under the same
provisions as their secular counterparts.
example of a grant of arms. The name and titles of the recipient, as
well as the blazon of arms
in the general text area. The wax seal and box (not visible) hang
from the blue ribbon.
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