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Coat of arms of the Holy Roman Empire with two putti (1540s manuscript)
Coat of arms of the Holy Roman Empire with two putti (1540s manuscript)
Imperial coat of arms (Römischer Kayserlicher und Königlicher Mayestät Wappen) from Siebmachers Wappenbuch (1605)
Imperial coat of arms (Römischer Kayserlicher und Königlicher Mayestät Wappen) from Siebmachers Wappenbuch (1605)
Germany's first national parliament meeting in Frankfurt. The double-headed eagle, now without the haloes of the Holy Roman Emperor's eagle, can be se
Germany's first national parliament meeting in Frankfurt. The double-headed eagle, now without the haloes of the Holy Roman Emperor's eagle, can be seen.
Title page of the Constitution of the Weimar Republic, with Schwab's design of the coat of arms
Title page of the Constitution of the Weimar Republic, with Schwab's design of the coat of arms
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Examples of heraldic eagles of the 13th to 16th centuries, from Hugo Gerard Ströhl's Heraldischer Atlas
Examples of heraldic eagles of the 13th to 16th centuries, from Hugo Gerard Ströhl's Heraldischer Atlas
Carolingian ivory plaque with the Eagle of Saint John with halo, Victoria & Albert Museum.
Carolingian ivory plaque with the Eagle of Saint John with halo, Victoria & Albert Museum.
An early heraldic eagle in the seal of Vienna (1239)
An early heraldic eagle in the seal of Vienna (1239)
Or two eagles sable armed gules for Homberg (Zürich armorial, c. 1340). At this time, the black-on-gold eagle could still be used for a family of the
Or two eagles sable armed gules for Homberg (Zürich armorial, c. 1340). At this time, the black-on-gold eagle could still be used for a family of the lower nobility without association to the imperial eagle.