(From Wikipedia) The Yoke as for oxen and, in reflection, theish People. Is seen just above the bundle of arrows, with the ribbon & Gordian Knot on the Reverse. The Obverse is the Crest with Lions & Castles, upper left and lower right, for the common ancestor, John I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon. The Mint Mark "S", Right of Shield, and Assayers Monogram "Square D" to the left. "Note" The term "Obverse & Reverse" are usually self-evident, but withish coinage the terms may be used depending on the opinion of the observer.Assayer "Square D" Noted at the Seville mint on Gold Escudos, SEE PHOTOS (NOT INCLUDED). "Correct" version of the Arms. "Correct" version of the Arms, depicted according to the request ofish heraldists.
The official design of the coat of arms of Spain is alike as a logotype. It has been set in a linear way: drawing, proportions of elements and colours. This approach has been criticised byish heraldists for various reasons. First, the coat of arms pattern is so simplified compared to the heraldic uses, that considers relevant the way of representing both. Because they must be easily identifiable without error.
However, the colours determined by the decree are little visible. Have been represented respectively so intense and too dark they do not allow for a clear distinction of the charges. The chosen colour to represent.Is also criticised for being of a pinkish hue, unlike traditions of the former. Second,ish heraldists have also expressed some inaccuracies related to the style and the drawing of the official design, beyond the Iberian heraldry traditions. Shape is midway between the modern French style, rectangular with a slightly convex bottom edge, and theish with an almost semicircular bottom edge. Is also represented as the French tradition with slightly convex top edges instead of sharp curved top edges according to Iberian Heraldry tradition.
Superimposed over the main shield is oval shaped (different from the escutcheon shape), this circumstance is considered imprecise by manyish heraldists. If you wish, I can. In a slab, with your design.
Discount on multiple, or collection orders. No Grading Authority, inaccurate information, or fraud of any kind please. Your opinion - Grade displayed. The item "2 REALES Silver Cob with + SQUARE D ASSAYER+ of REYES CATOLICOS (1474-1504)" is in sale since Tuesday, April 25, 2017.
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