Blazon

"Within a silver border in red three (2-1) silver morningstars (battlemaces) erect. On the helmet with red-silver mantling two red buffalo horns each with two silver ribbons."

Origin

The origin of this coat of arms is unknown. This coat of arms is discovered in 1960, by the late Dr. A.R. Kleyn of the “Historisch-Genealogisch en Heraldisch Archief” (Historical-Genealogical and Heraldic Archive) in Zeist, and presented as such to the family. Whether it is an authentic coat of arms, that was actually used by the family in ancient times, is not known. Because it is a unique coat of arms and already more than 60 years owned by the family, the coat of arms can be used right away by all descendants of Arnold Langemann (Macrander) (*1566-†1620), as long as they bear the family name.

Registration

This coat of arms is not listed in a roll of arms.
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Armorial drawings, respectively by:
1. Karel van den Sigtenhorst; 2. Onbekende kunstenaar; 3. Klaas Padberg Evenboer; 4. Hans Nagtegaal en 5. Henk 't Jong

Macrander_1_1960_KvdS Macrander_1_2009_KPE Macrander_1_2009_HKN Macrander_1_2013_HtJ
COAT OF ARMS 1
COAT OF ARMS 2
COAT OF ARMS 3
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