Bearing of the town of

 

COURCELLES/CHAUSSY

Shield realized in Byzantine mosaics with Venetian smalti which represents the coat of arms of Courcelles/Chaussy.

 

Dimension : 1,02 x 0,81

Description : : per fess gules with three silver chevrons to lion of gules charged in heart with a star azure, gold fess.

 

Origin: In chief, coat of arms of the Barons of Raville,
Lords of Courcelles in the Middle Age;
On the base, coat of arms of the Dorthe family who owned the country in the 17th century.
The golden fess represents the roman road from which derives the name of Chaussy.

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