Le Pin (Seine-et-Marne)

From Heraldry of the World
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Logo-new.jpg
Heraldry of the World
Armorial du Monde
France.jpg
French heraldry portal
Civic heraldry of France
Armorial de France
France-flag.gif




LE PIN (SEINE-ET-MARNE)

Département : Seine-et-Marne

Blason de Le Pin (Seine-et-Marne)

Official blazon

D'azur au pin d'or sur un tertre du même; au chef d'argent à l'aigle bicéphale de sable accostée de deux fraises de gueules feuillées de sinople.

Origin/meaning

The pine tree is a canting element and refers to the pine tree planted by Charles III for his wife at his wedding. The village developed around the tree and took the name Le Pin.

The chief shows the double eagle of the arms of the Montzaigle family, lords of the surrounding villages which were later added to the municipality. The strawberries refer to the local strawberry cultivation.

Blason de Le Pin (Seine-et-Marne)

The arms on a cover


Follow us : Facebook.jpgInstagram.png
(when sharing images on Instagram, use #heraldryoftheworld)

Literature : Image from http://www.armorialdefrance.fr