Becker (Germany) Coat of Arms
Our coat of arms key ring is a great way to show your pride for your heritage.
A polished metal tag is inset with your tartan and protected by a clear resin dome to prevent scratching from daily use.
Your keys are held securely by a matching metal split ring, preventing accidental loss.
The key ring measures a total of 35mm x 70mm including split ring (approx. 1 ⅜ x 3 ¾ inches).
This key ring is presented in a black card box.
Becker von Löwenthal of Mainz in the Palatinate of the Rhine and Remscheid and Dusseldorf in Westphalia, Germany; created barons, 23rd March 1723.
Arms: Quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure, three ears of wheat or growing from a mount of three coupeaux argent; 2nd and 3rd, gules, on a champagne argent, a lion rampant or, that in the 3rd contourned.
Crest: Out of a ducal coronet, a lion rampant or, holding three ears of wheat gold.
Mantling: Dexter, argent and azure; sinister, or and gules.