familiewapens op lakstempels, soms bekend, soms onbekend
coat of arms on wax seals, sometimes known, sometimes unknown
collectie / collection Delta 98 Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands

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The coat of arms of Van Splinter - Von Splinter on an antique wax seal in the collection of Delta 98 Den Haag

 

an antique wax seal with the coat of arms of the family

Van Splinter / Von Splinter

on the shield: in gold a wolf erect / climbing


a tomb stone in Beesel, Limburg, The Netherlands,

with the conjugal coat of arms of

Felix Beatrix Constantin Hubert Van Splinter (1847-1920) mayor of Beesel 

and

Gabriella Josephine Antonie Constance Hubertina Ruijs (1846-1938):


their daughter Maria Tecla / Thecla Anna Van Splinter (1891-1965) was the last member of the noble dutch family line

a picture made in 1888 in The Hague of Gabrielle Josephine Antonie Constante Hubertine Van Splinter - Ruys van Nieuwenbroeck:

from her aunt she inherited castle Nieuwenbroeck in Beesel:


on other mansion of the family Van Splinter / Von Splinter was 
Haus Ingenraed / Ingenreadt / Ingenrath 
in Wankum - Wachtendonk, Germany:


an other mansion was Wasserschloss Gravenhorst 

Schloss Gravenhorst / Grouwelshorst / Gravenboret / Groevelhorst / Gruwel Horst by

Uedem Keppeln / Udien / Udera in Kreis Kleve, Germany:

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A conjugal coat of arms of Van Der Horst and Zijnen on an antique wax seal from the collection of Delta 98 Den Haag

 


Let's first turn the seal so we can read it:


the male coat of arms has as motto: De Par Dieu, 
and shows on the shield a fess and three lion heads caboshed, 
and has a crown with 3 fleurons and 2 pearls

the female coat of arms has as motto: God Zorgt Voor De Zijnen,
and shows a planted, maybe fructed, tree with a bird in the top
and a bird in flight above

now we look into the archives of CBG, 
 the Dutch Central Bureau for Genealogy in The Hague, 
and find:
for the family Van Der Horst,
one part is the same

and:
for the family Zijnen and/or Van Der Hegge Zijnen

Now we have to find a marriage between a 
sir Van Der Horst and a lady Zijnen or Van Der Hegge Zijnen.

The sunbeam on the ladies shield on the wax seal
hasn't brought us light so far.......