As I mentioned in one of my earlier posts, recently I have joined forces with Pro Heraldica (USA), a sister company of the Pro Heraldica (Europe)… The idea was to combine my unique style of artwork with their huge customer base and industry experience, and being able to offer new 21st century generation of heraldry images, complimenting the traditional approach.
Just to remind, after 40 successful years serving families in Europe, PRO HERALDICA has launched a new United States company in San Diego, California. Entrusted with the largest private genealogy and heraldry library in the world, PRO HERALDICA has been researching family histories as well as tracing and creating coats of arms for decades. With over 50 employees and an auxiliary group of 300 researchers, projects are run at the highest level of timeliness and professionalism, delivering results beyond any other group of genealogy and heraldry experts worldwide.
Not long ago, a new development in this partnership has come to light. Pro Heraldica (USA) has branched out into a yet another sister company called Fine Legacy: Authentic Coats of Arms and Treasures. As they describe themselves - the preeminent coat of arms company in the world. While Pro Heraldica (USA) has a much broader focus, Fine Legacy will be exclusively about coats of arms, and I will be directly involved with this body of work.
Below you can find some of my most recent works works I have completed for them, including the Pro Heraldica (Germany) coat of arms at the beginning of this article.
Höll Family Coat of Arms
Diesch Family Coat of Arms
Haase-Wenglewski Family Coat of Arms
Werner Family Coat of Arms
Grcic Family Coat of Arms
Assenheimer Family Coat of Arms
Cornielje Family Coat of Arms
Schweinfurth Family Coat of Arms
Künne Family Coat of Arms
Burgey Family Coat of Arms
Seegräber Family Coat of Arms
Glückert Family Coat of Arms
Becker Family Coat of Arms
Sammet Family Coat of Arms