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Wilk coat of arms


swinkoski 1 | 3  
30 Aug 2008 /  #1
Does anyone know the wilk coat of arms?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
30 Aug 2008 /  #2
For information on the Wilk surname and the coat of arms that goes with it please contact: research60@gmail
ZESLAW - | 9  
9 Sep 2008 /  #3
your name of wilk?

are you from czestochowa district?
Guest  
26 Oct 2008 /  #4
Can anyone tell me if Wilk is a derivative of Wilkos? Thank you!
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
27 Oct 2008 /  #5
There is no Polish coat of arms with Wilk as its crest-name, however there were nobles amongst bearers of the Wilk surname entitled to use the Radwan coat of arms.
wilk24/7  
31 Dec 2008 /  #6
The Wilk coat of arms is a wolf holding a rose posed like a medevil lion with a blue background
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
2 Jan 2009 /  #7
According to available armorial resources, there are five coats od arms whose crest-name incorporates the "wilk" root: WILCZE ZĘBY (3 wolf fangs), WILCZEK (sword-wielding lion), WILCZEWSKI (3 spearheads), WILKANIEC (wolf profile beneath Lubicz heraldic emblem) and WILKOWIC (wolf on shield and in crest).

If you insist there is a WILK c-o-a depicting a wolf holding a rose, then maybe it is of non-Polish origin.
PolskaMan 2 | 147  
4 Jan 2009 /  #8
I didnt want to start a new thread but does anybody know the coat of arms of the last name Kłos?Is there a way i can find out some how?
dlwilk 1 | 3  
19 Mar 2009 /  #11
I'm polish, I may not have described it right
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
25 Mar 2009 /  #12
This is not the Polish Klos c-o-a. This is what it really looks like:

genealog.home.pl/gd/szablony/rodzina.php?lang=en&id=11025

It looks rather cluttered as it combines Korwin (raven) with Odrowąż (arrow-impaled moustache), Poraj (rosettes) and Leliwa (crescent & star) on a blue shield.
The allegdly Klos c-o-a depicting a lion seems to be the concoction of a commercial heraldry outfit which comes up with pseudo-heraldic devices for every enquirer so as not to lose a customer.
Domino  
26 Mar 2009 /  #13
Okay since everyone else is asking, is there any for "Los"? Possibly spelt £os?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
26 Mar 2009 /  #14
Indeed. There were three separate noble lines amongst the Family £oś (which incidentally means elk), each entitled to use the £uk, Zagłoba or Dąbrowa c-o-a.
Domino  
19 Apr 2009 /  #15
Hmmm....Polonius, you wouldn't happen to have any links for those last three? I tried going wiki way and man did I get lost. I did locate something that said the Los name was given a title of 'Count' but I didn't quite understand how it was transferred or if it could. Thanks.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
23 May 2009 /  #16
Unfortunately this source genealog.home.pl lists only the Dąbrowa c-o-a for the surname £oś. Click on Polish or English, type the name into the box, hit enter and then click on £oś to see the Dąbrowa heraldic device. The Remaining two are shown for £oś in a hard-copy armorial I've got. Online resources are less extensive. But you can click on the letters to see what £uk and Zagłoba look like.

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