Zubrinic, Zagreb, 2005
coat of arms rom the book by Mavro Orbini:
Il regno de gli Slavi,
of Croatian ban Toma Erdödi (1558-1624) in the Zagreb Cathedral,
with Croatian coat of arms (Regnum
Sclavoniae, Croatiae, Dalmatiae):
is important for organizing and participating in
battle near Sisak against the
Turks. The victory echoed in the whole of Europe.
of privileges of the Kingdom of Dalmatia, Croatia and Slavonia, with
Croatian legal documents, 1643
kept in the Croatian State Archives
Evangelistarium published in Spanish in Madrid in 1655. Note Croatian
Coat of Arms in the middle. Photo exhibited by The
Split Literary Circle.
A part of the map of Illyrian provinces
(roughly Croatia + Bosnia and Herzegovina) which had the privilege to
use St. Jerome institutions in Rome, 1660.
(kept in Rome, in Papinski hrvatski zavod sv. Jeronima - Papal Croatian
collegium of St. Jerome). See [Krasic,
Počelo je u Rimu, p. 456].
The map is dedicated to Petar
ban of Croatia. It was created at the workshop of Joannes Blaeu in
Amsterdam as an addition to the work by Ivan
"De Regno Dalmatiae et Croatiae libri sex", Amsterdam, 1666. Blaeu had
inserted the map in Atlas Maior in 1667, and dedicated it to the
Croatian ban Petar Zrinski (bottom of the map, in the middle):
the most illustrious and noble lord, Prince
Peter of Zrin,
the ban of the Kingdom of
Dalmatia, Croatia and Slavonia,
hereditary ban of the Littoral, hereditary captain of the Legrad
fortress and Medimurje peninsula, master and hereditary prince of Lika,
Odorje, Krbava, Omis, Klis, Skradin, Ostrovica, Bribir etc.., Master of
Kostajnica and the sliver mine at Gvozdansko, councillor and
chamberlain to his anointed imperial majesty, master Ioannes Blaeu
dedicates this map.
The above text is from Croatian
the map of Illyricum in the book by Ivan
De Regno Dalmatiae et Croatiae libri sex,
Amsterdam and Frankfurt, 1666
Dalmatinska, Hervatska, Slavonska
in Zagreb, 1669.
Croatian Coat of Arms above the main entrance of the former
Jesuit gymnasium in Zagreb, founded in 1607 (today Gornjogradska
gimnazija in the Upper Town of Zagreb) .
Leopold I., the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, issued a Diploma in
1669, by which the status and privileges of a university
to the Jesuit Academy in the Royal Free City of Zagreb. This represents
the beginning of the University
Shiled that Lovro Leder, nobleman from the Turopolje District, obtained
Coat of Arms on the map of Croatia by Stjepan Glavac (Stephan M.
et al, p. 108]
Heraldry from 1675 (kept in
Franciscan Monastery in Fojnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
the only collection of old coats of arms known in Bosnia
of Arms of Prince Zarko
(1438-1508), from the Poljica Principality
of Arms of Badovinac Vid,
Zumberak, exhibited in the Museum
of Zumberak in Stojdraga
Vicenzo Maria Coronelli: The map of Istria and northern Dalmatia,
arround 1688 (a detail)
Vicenzo Maria Coronelli: The map of Istria and northern Dalmatia,
arround 1688 (a part of the map)
Coats of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia of Nikola
III Erdödy, ban (governor)
of the United Kingdom (Trojedna Kraljevina) of Croatia, Dalmatia and
The coats of arms are on his official ban's flag, and this is the
oldest known such ban's flag.
The flag is kept in the Zagreb Cathedral. Photos by Sanjin Strukić.
from a map of Croatia, with Croatian coat of arms,
from J.W. Valvazor: Die Ehre
des Herzogturms Crain, IV, 1689
detail from Coat of Arms of Pavao
Ritter Vitezovic (1652- 1713),
Croatian historian and writer.
More extensive biography is available in
detail from Ivan Einhart's painting "Croatian dignitaries at King
Ladislav and the Queen", around 1690,
representing coat of arms of the
Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia (on
the right) and Dalmatia
(on the left).
Kept in the Zagreb City Museum.
(in Am Graben, not far from St.
Austria; Pestsäule (1693): Coat of Arms of Dalmatia, Croatia
and Bosnia (Rama).
By the courtesy of Mr. Kristian Dumancic, Vienna.
Mr. Mijo Jurić
by Croatian Coats of Arms in Am Graben
in Vienna, Austria
of Arms of the Brodaric family (a detail), Croatia, 1695, source [Molnar]
Coat of Arms on a map by Vicenzo Maria Coronelli, printed in Venice,
et al, p. 180]
An angel with Croatian Coat of Arms, previously
on the altar of St. Luke in the Zagreb Cathedral (from 1703)
Photo from Croatian
detail from Seutter's map, Augsburg 1709
inscription "Peace and Good" (Mir i dobro) in the Croatian
at the main entrance of the Franciscan convent on the islet of Kosljun
near the town of Punat
on the island of Krk
V Drašković, ~1660-1733
Ban (governor) of the United Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia
Coat of Arms (Croatien) in Sevnica, Slovenia, 17th century;
there are also nice wooden Coats of Arms of Slavonia
and of the city of Zagreb
Coats of Arms were first placed in the lower palace in Sevnica,
and then moved to the upper palace, to its Conference hall
(many thanks to Blandina and Ante Markovic for information and photos)
Ivan Pálffy, Croatian ban (Governor) 1704-1732, ban of
Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia.
Portrait kept in the Croatian History Museum, Zagreb (detail).
Coat of Arms from
1732 in the church of St Kapistran
in Ilok, Croatian town on the Danube river
in the church of St. Ivan Kapistran in
KOVICH ALIAS GRUBISSICH
ILIRICAE NATIONIS (i.e. of Croatian Nation), ... 1732.
shield in Prague, capital of Czechia, with Croatian coat of arms
(I do not know the year)
Coats of Arm from 1749.
By the courtesy of Josip Sersic and Mijo Juric, Vienna 2009.
Baroque church of St. Martin Bishop, Donja Voća (north of Zagreb),
mural by Ivan
Ranger, 18th century
Ceiling drawing of Fidelissima Advocata Croatorum, probably from the 17th
kept in the church of the Ascension of Blessed Virgin Mary, built in
1240 in Donja Rijeka (near the town of Križevci).
Many thanks to Marina Car, Zagreb, for her kind information. See her
own drawing inspired by this work:
seal of the Zagreb zupanija (county),
with Croatian coat of arms, 1759,
Croatian coat of arms and the seal were granted by Queen Maria Theresia
Croatian Coat of Arms in the Cathedral of St.
Lovrijenac, Lugano, Switzerland (date unknown), on a right
The Croatian Coat of Arms is engraved also on bishop's chain in Lugano
(we do not possess its photo).
Information and photo by the courtesy of Mr. Seno Markulin, Sidney,
details from Regnum Croatiae, map of Croatian Kingdom by Johann van der
Bruggen, Venice 1737
et al, p. 54]
Regnum Croatiae, map of Croatian Kingdom (Johann van der
Bruggen, Venice 1737).
Source Old Adriatic Sea - Croatia maps
monument from the town of Bakar from 1741; photo from [Ostric]
detail from the Bakar monument.
detail from the Coat of arms of the Severin County, 1778,
assigned by the Queen Maria Theresia; note Croatian tricolors on the
Jozo Ivanovic, Croatian
State Archives, 2006, ISBN
of Arms of the town of Bakar from 1779 drawn by Matija Mazic (1896);
photo from [Ostric]
Dubica, Coat of Arms of the noble family of Mikašinović.
Source Katica Delić: Hrvatska Dubica
u slici i riječi, Dubica 2013.
detail from a Certificate of a Master Craftsman, 18th century
(kept in the Croatian State Archives
Croatia's capital Zagreb in 1780
Katarina Patacic (1750-1811), from the title page of her book Pesme
Horvatzke (Croatian Poems),
of the town of Karlovac, 1781
Konjička zastava (equestrian flag), United
Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia, 1797, source
Croatia - its History,