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English: Coat of arms Ciołek of polish noble families
Polski: Herb szlachecki Ciołek
Date 5 March 2009
Source Herbarz polski od średniowiecza do XX wieku, Tadeusz Gajl, Gdańsk 2007
Author Source image: Tadeusz Gajl,
POL_COA_blank.svg – Tadeusz Gajl, vector version: Bastianow,
Charges, crest and arrangement of the elements: Avalokitesvara
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Herbarz polski: od średniowiecza do XX wieku, L&L, Gdańsk, 2007, ISBN 978-83-60597-10-1

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