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I have our family coat of arms...my family had it baked onto a wooden frame, the script is fancy, the language is of sicilian dialect and I have no clue what it says. It is quite attactive looking, but I really would like to know what it says since I am now using it on our stationary for the family business
I think myself that the coat of arms thing is just a another way of making money on us. Unless you are a member of the Volpi family or something which are a Noble family from Como
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