Communal armorial bearings


Of sable to the silver head, charged with three sable birds, beaked and limbed of mouth, steady.
The escutcheon summoned of a crown with five florets and supported by two silver greyhounds, collared of mouths buckled of gold. The “sigillium scabinorum domini of Crainhem and Woluwe”, whose waxe print is at the Cabinet of the medals of the Royal Library, shows an oval escutcheon with the weapons of Hinnisdael which had many goods in the locality from XVIIth to the XIXth century.


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