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Coat of arms Bonistalli / Stemma dei Bonistalli


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by Carlo Pagliai

The coat of arms Bonistalli [1] is located above a capital of a cross vault inside the cloister of the Sant’Andrew’s Propositura in Empoli.
This specimen was made in memory of Giuseppe of Michele Bonistalli; he was a Monsignor of Sant’Andrew’s church from 1825 to 1846.

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Description Heraldry:
Blue background, Ashen column, stricken by a goat salient black, and in the head to the sides two eight-pointed stars of ….;[2]

Locationcloister of the Sant’Andrew’s Propositura in Empoli;

Conditions: good, there are some discoloration and past leaching.

Tipologypolychrome fresco;

Annotations: this coat of arms contains to the sides and top the insignia of Monsignor;


Notes and references:
[1] State Archive in Florence, catalog Ceramelli Papiani, Bonistalli, number 7799;
[2] Ibidem

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