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Horní Lideč Coat of Arms are: per pale Gules and Argent, First a Representation
of St. Wenceslas, Duke of Bohemia, second and eradicated tree, all proper.
Horní Lideč pages shows the image of the flag with "flamy Eagle of St.
Wenceslas" - without crown, with trefoiled crescent on the breast, but
without cross in the middle of it. I only don't know the colour of the
beak and claws of that eagle. It might be Or, Gules or perhaps sable. (See:
The expression "flamy" means that not all body, but only its margins are
seeded with red flames. Good example are the Arms of Region Trentino -
Alto Adige in Italy. This Emblem - a traditional Arms of Bohemian Rulers,
never granted for Bohemia and with many variants - received Bishop of Trento
perhaps from the Imperial Vicar of John of Luxembourg, King of the Bohemians,
Aleš Křižan, 9 July 2001