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Prominent subgroups are the Dutch Reformed, the Swiss Reformed, the French Reformed (Huguenots), the Hungarian Reformed, and the Waldensian Church in Italy. Not all use heraldry, f.e. the Dutch Reformed churches do not, whereas the Hungarian Reformed church does.
 
Prominent subgroups are the Dutch Reformed, the Swiss Reformed, the French Reformed (Huguenots), the Hungarian Reformed, and the Waldensian Church in Italy. Not all use heraldry, f.e. the Dutch Reformed churches do not, whereas the Hungarian Reformed church does.
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Heraldry is related to the actual churches or church units. Personal heraldry is not used.
  
 
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Coats of arms used within the different Reformed churches. The Reformed churches are a group of Protestant Christian denominations connected by a common Calvinist system of doctrine. Lutheran and Anglican protestant churches are listed separately.

Prominent subgroups are the Dutch Reformed, the Swiss Reformed, the French Reformed (Huguenots), the Hungarian Reformed, and the Waldensian Church in Italy. Not all use heraldry, f.e. the Dutch Reformed churches do not, whereas the Hungarian Reformed church does.

Heraldry is related to the actual churches or church units. Personal heraldry is not used.