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Ivan Evstropov

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 26th August 2015. Registration No. 0358 (Vol.2).

Arms: Per pale Azure and Gules, standing in a wooden boat stem and stern Or charged with two crosses flory Gules, a wolf rampant Argent armed and langued Or holding in his dexter paw a carte blanche [scroll Argent] and in the sinister a pair of dividers Or.

Crest: A demi Poseidon crined Azure crowned Or the dexter hand grasping a bolt of lightning Gules and the sinister hand grasping a trident also Gules.

Motto: Dignitas Vincit

Assumed: Canada April 08, 2011

Arms designed by Andrew Andersen and Michael Medvedev

The Arms of Ivan
                                                Evstropov

The armiger is a Canadian with Vepsan roots (the Veps nation being one of the native Finno-Ugric ethnicities of Russia).

The wooden boat with peculiar crosses is an allusion to the Vepsí culture and tradition. The wolf serves as an allusion to the totem animal of the armiger's grandfatherís grandfather on his mother's side, while the carte blanche (scroll Argent) and dividers stand for the professional experience of the armiger's ancestors.


The crest alludes to the armigerís profession with the Royal Canadian Navy and as an electrician. The heir to the arms is the armigerís son Ryan Evstropov.

 

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