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Miguel Angel Salgado Fuentes

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 14th April 2021. Registration No. 0595 (Vol.4).

Arms: Per pale Vert and Azure, in chief an eagle displayed, in dexter base a salt shaker Argent, in sinister base a fleur-de-lis Or all within a bordure per pale Sable and Argent charged with four crosses pattee Gules in chief, base and flanks.

Crest: Three ostrich feathers Vert, Argent and Azure.

Motto: Quaere Deum et Invenies Illum.

Private Registration: Registro Internacional de Armas Gentilicias (RIAG), Spain. number: 860, 6th October 2017.

Arms designed by Miguel Ángel Salgado Fuentes.

The Arms of Miguel Angel Salgado Fuentes

Graphic representation and heraldic drawing by Ignacio Koblischek (heraldic artist and Director of the RIAG-Registro Internacional de Armas Gentilicias), Spain.

The coat of arms includes some familiar symbols such as the salt shaker, since Salgado means "salty" with the symbolism that salt implies, as well as the fleur-de-lis of the Fuentes family. The coat of arms integrates the symbolism of the two families, surrounded on its border with pattee crosses that allude to the stone crosses found in the church of Guadramiro (Salamanca); they also symbolize Templar values. The family has its origina in Mata de Alcántara (Cáceres) and Guadramiro (Salamanca).

The Argent eagle symbolizes regeneration, spiritual elevation, and purity of intentions. It appears across the partition, as a symbol of the union of the two families.

The motto alludes to the armiger’s personal search for God, and to the certainty that with faith He can be found.

The armiger, born in Vitoria-Gasteiz, is a painter (artist) and a Doctor of Fine Arts from the University of the Basque Country. He is a lover of the Arts, animals, history, heraldry, and the Templars
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