The isosceles cross has on its side and upper ends twelve distinctive twelve peaks, that are equipped with small balls (french: Croix pommetée = pearled cross, with apples). Furthermore it is surrounded by a circle. Because the ends of the rectangular seal are a little put back, the stamp appears in its stamp round as well.
Be close to the Lord of Toulouse real close, too!
The Tolosan cross, that is known in circles of experts for coat of arms as well as unmistakable traforata (croce di), comes from the long history of the city Toulouse.
The historically influenced stamp offers you the opportunity, to get the interest of your person opposite for the uniqueness of that sign. The stamp is suited for wax as well as for metal. Whereas a print earlier was to understand as a sign of royal origin, the only was reserved for the clergy or nobility, so today as well meets the especial approval with historically oriented associations.
- create impressing seals for individual use
- belong to the collectors, which can call such a historical seal of coat of arms their own
- carry a piece of history out into the world and this way get in touch with other experts of history
- the hard material (so called signet) consist of bright marble and shows the following measures 3 x 3 x 8 cm
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