Apellido Micó: Origen, Historia y heráldica de los Apellidos Españoles e Hispanoamericanos

Instituto de Historia y Heráldica Familiar
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Origen, significado y datos históricos más relevantes del apellido, así como la heráldica (escudo de armas) del linaje. Para la documentación y edición de todas nuestras láminas nos regimos por un estricto protocolo cuya finalidad es la de garantizar la veracidad y utilidad de la información.

Incluye descripción y simbolismo de los principales esmaltes, metales y piezas heráldicas.

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Instituto de Historia y Heráldica Familiar se dedica a la investigación de la historia y la heráldica de las familias o linajes del mundo hispano. Ponemos a su disposición toda nuestra experiencia, producto de años de intenso trabajo realizado por un amplio equipo interdisciplinar, compuesto por historiadores, genealogistas y documentalistas.

Nacemos con la intención de satisfacer de forma rigurosa y precisa el creciente interés de las familias por conocer sus orígenes, le ofrecemos un amplísimo archivo documental sobre los orígenes, la historia, el significado y la heráldica de los linajes hispanos.

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Instituto de Historia y Heráldica Familiar
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Oct 22, 2014
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