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Coat of arms of Burgundy and of the dukes of Burgundy (since 1364)
Blazon quarterly first and fourth azure semy de lis or a bordure gobonny argent and gules ( Philip the Bold) second and third bendy of six or and azure a bordure gules (previous arms of Burgundy)

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Blason la région Bourgogne, et des ducs de Bourgogne (à partir de 1364)
Blasonnement écartelé, en 1 et 4 d'azur semé de fleurs de lys d'or à la bordure componée d'argent et de gueules, et en 2 et 3 bandé d'or et d'azur de six pièces à la bordure de gueules
C'est un écartelé entre les armes personnelles de Philippe le Hardi Blason comte fr Touraine.svg et les anciennes armes de Bourgogne Blason Ducs Bourgogne (ancien).svg.

Stemma Borgogna
Blasonatura non precisata

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