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English: Coat of Arms of King Philip II of Spain as Monarch of Naples and Sicily
Español: Escudo del rey Felipe II de España como Monarca de los Reinos de Nápoles y Sicilia
Date May 2011
  • Francisco Olmos, José María de Las primeras acuñaciones del príncipe Felipe de España (1554-1556): Soberano de Milán Nápoles e Inglaterra. The First Coins of Prince Felipe of Spain (1554-1556): Sovereign of Milan, Naples and England. Documenta & Instrumenta, 3 (2005), pp. 172-174
  • Menéndez-Pidal De Navascués, Faustino; El escudo; Menéndez Pidal y Navascués, Faustino; O´Donnell, Hugo; Lolo, Begoña. Símbolos de España. Madrid: Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, 1999. ISBN 84-259-1074-9, p. 193
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