The Chief herald of Flandrensis

Many medieval elements are part of our national identity and all Flandrensians have the right to wear a personal coat of arms. A coat of arms is part of someone’s identity: the symbols or colours tells something about the owners’ personality, hobby, interests, family history, etc.
Armorial bearings such as coats of arms, coronets and crowns etc. may be carried and used by the beneficiary of a fully registered grant of arms and all his name-bearing descendants in any way or form these see fit. Armorial bearings issued by the Flandrensian Institute of Nobility and Heraldry are only recognized within the Grand Duchy of Flandrensis and the wider micronational community. The Chief Herald is responsible for all designs.

Since 2019, Count George Lapshynov is the Chief Herald of Flandrensis (contact: herald[at]flandrensis.com). He designs coats of arms with passion and love. A small voluntary donation of min. 10 EUR is always appreciated for his work and time.

Some examples