Today’s coat of arms was found in two different renditions in different media, though both on the same building, the Palazzo Vecchietti.
The arms are a bit unusual in that the arrangement of the ermines is oddly balanced, with all of the charges almost passant erect and facing towards the center of the shield. And yet it’s really nice, simple heraldry, quickly and easily identifiable.
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