Julio BECERRA IBANEZ de PELIZA
ArmsParted per fess I Or two bullocks fesswise Gules. II per pale 1st Gules two pallets Or each charged with an ermine tail sable 2nd Vert a base Argent with two bars wavy azure issuant therefrom a three towered castle Argent.
The upper part of the shield is of “Becerra” dating from the fifteenth century and the lower for “Ibanez de Peliza” dating from the sixteenth century. These two families were in Chile and came together in marriage in Argentina, where the armiger now lives.
AgentVincent Cadenas de Vincent, Rey de Armas de Espana.