Coronet - Spanish Usage

Spanish Usage

All over the world, Spanish heraldry used these crowns and coronets:

  • Crown of the Heir Apparent

  • Crown of the Heir Apparent

  • Infante or Infanta
    (Prince or Princess)

  • Infante or Infanta

  • Spanish Grandee

  • Duke

  • Marquess

  • Count

  • Viscount

  • Baron

  • Señor (Spanish Lord)

  • Spanish King of Arms (Herald)

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