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Denhof coat of arms

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Alternative namesDzik
Earliest mentionunknown
FamiliesBerens, Bieret, Biront, Denhof, Denhoff, Doenhoff, Donhoff, Dönhoff, Dobszewicz

Denhof is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta families in the times of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Dönhoff (German) or Denhoff (Polish) (sometimes also Denhof or Doenhoff) was a Livonian German noble family, a branch of which moved to the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth in the 16th century and became recognized as a Polish noble (szlachta) there.



Argent a boar's head caboshed sable armed of the field. Crest: issuant out of a crest coronet or a demi-boar sable armed argent pierced by two spears saltire-wise points in chief also argent. Mantled sable doubled argent.

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Notable bearers of this coat of arms include:

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