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  1. The coat of arms of Henry V, Count of Luxembourg (1216–1281) Henry V was the first Count of Luxembourg to adopt a primitive form of these arms. His father, Waleran III , Duke of Limburg , bore the arms, argent a lion rampant queue fourché gules armed, langued and crowned or (white field bearing a red double tailed lion with yellow claws, teeth, tongue and crown).

  2. These family name coat or arms have been drawn from accurate descriptions and references from only original Heraldry art manuscripts. If we don’t have it and you find the coat-of-arms you are looking for on another website, tell us about it and we can redraw it free of charge when you order a product.

  3. The back carries a picture depicting the Central Bank's building in Nassau. The picture is surrounded by various images, which include, on the left, a rainbow-arc flanked by the numeral $50 and the words "Fifty Dollars", above, the words "The Central Bank of The Bahamas", and on the bottom center, the coat-of-arms of the Commonwealth of The ...