Arms of the Nobility
|Ma la Mha,
Conta da Florencia, Baron Tepistà
|Arms: Vert a pair of hands throughout in chevron sustaining a carpenter's square chevronwise and on a chief dancetty of two points downward argent a cross flory fitchy and a goblet gules.
Crest: Issuant from a count's coronet proper a demi-lobster gules maintaining in the sinister claw a dagger argent.
|Arms, helm, motto, crest, and mantling granted on elevation to nobility 20 November 2005|
|Quedeir Baron Castiglha, Cin.
||Arms: Per fess embattled gules and azure, four wheat stalks interlaced fretwise or, in chief a drum major's mace or point to sinister.
Crest: In Design
|Arms granted by 2006 Wargaming Day Honours
Helm, motto, crest, and mantling granted on elevation to nobility 23 February 2006, motto conferred during 2007 Monarchy Day Honours
|Danihel Conta Laurieir, Cin.
Arms: Or a rhinoceros pascuant sable within a laurel wreath vert, a chief gules.
Crest: In Design
|Arms, helm, motto, crest, mantling, and supporters granted on elevation to Nobility, 23 February 2006.|
|Fritz von Buchholtz,
UrN, Cin., S.H.,
Arms: Sable, an open book argent charged with an Imperial eagle displayed and two swords in saltire sable, on a chief argent three trees eradicated gules.
Crest: Issuant from a baronial coronet proper an eagle displayed contourné or.
|Arms and motto granted on elevation to Knightood, 30 November 2005.
Helm, crest and mantling granted on elevation to Nobility, 2009 Independence Day Honours.
His Grace and His Highness
Arms: Per dance azure and vert, a wolf salient argent armed and langued gules and in sinister chief a rose argent charged with a heart gules.
Supporters: (in design)
|Arms granted during 2005 Independence Day Honours.
Motto, helm, crest, and mantling granted on elevation to Nobility, 2011 TalossaFest Extraordinary Honours
|Offices of the Royal Civil Service|