I enjoyed your entries and if I had wanted to buy a history of "my" coat of arms before, I certainly know now not to touch such offers.
I did want your view on one thing. A company in Europe does acknowledge that coats of arms are for indviduals not surnames. The information offered reports that, historically, nonaristocratic families and persons more and more began using coats of arms. The firm offers, apparently "legally" and "legitmately," in accordance with that country's laws to create a coat of arms for the customer.
How "authentic" would this be? Just a nice to have item or just cheesy?
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