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Fabio Poli

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 27th April 2012. Registration No. 0227 (Vol.2)

Arms: Per chevron throughout Vert and Argent, in chief two crosses Moline Or and issuing from base a sprig of ivy Proper.

Crest: Three ostrich feathers Vert, Argent and Vert.

Motto: Veritas

Assumed: August 2011 Italy

Private Registrations: Registro Araldico Italiano No. 292, 8th August 2011; Stemmario Italiano protocol 2011/08.007 August 11, 2011

The Arms of Fabio
                                                Poli

Bookplate of
                                                      Fabio Poli The colour green represents the Po Valley, where the family originated and still resides, silver is the river crossing.

The surname Poli comes from Paoli, which in turn derives from Paolo, from the Latin Paulus or paullus which means "small", which is the armiger chose to represent by ivy.

The gold crosses are private references to goals achieved in the armigerís lifetime.

 

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