“Escudo español. Partido. Primero tronchado, a) de gules, una cruz armiñada de sable, b) de azur, una venera de oro. Segundo de azur, el pico Cervero según se ve desde la localidad, de plata cargado de un águila de sable, linguada, naciente de una hoja de roble de sinople. Al timbre corona real española.
This representation of a coat of arms is potentially different from the one used by the
armiger (municipality or organisation) in question.
⇑ “Sable, a lion
This coat of arms was drawn based on its blazon which – being a written description – is free from copyright. Any illustration conforming with the blazon of the arms is considered to be heraldically correct. Thus several different artistic interpretations of the same coat of arms can exist. The design officially used by the armiger is likely protected by copyright, in which case it cannot be used here.
Individual representations of a coat of arms, drawn from a blazon, may have a copyright belonging to the artist, but are not necessarily derivative works.