Martin Gonzalo VAZQUEZ

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ArmsQuarterly, 1st, argent, two abacuses in fess each with four rows of ten counters or, gules, vert and azure arranged to indicate one, two, three and four in chief a Crow’s head erased proper. 2nd, azure, two branches couped and sprouting proper in saltire enflamed gules, 3rd, a lighthouse argent masoned sable and lit or between six escallops of the same in base two bars wavy argent surmounted by a bearded king’s head erased proper palewise crowned gold, 4th, gules, on a mount of five summits vert a lion passant argent langued or ensigned with a
CrestAn abacus as in the arms between two open-ended horns per fess argent and gules.
MottoAD ASTRA PER ARDUA (Through Adversity to the Stars)

The Armiger is Argentinian and the second generation of public accountants in his family. The abacuses in the arms represent his profession. The crow’s head in the first quarter reflects the etymology of the family name Vásquez. The other three quarters refer to the arms of his mother and the two places from which the family came: La Coruña in Spain and Ripatransone in Italy. As well as being and accountant, Mr Vásquez is the Secretary of the Argentinian Sociedad Heraldica. That Society is dedicated to the study of the heraldry of the kingdoms and empires of Central and South America. It is researching the detail of their arms and producing exemplifications of them. In due course it is intended that the results of their work will be published in a book.

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