Arms of Family Ritter von Königsfels

Mr. Helmut Ritter von Königsfels from Kiel, Germany, granted himself coat of arms.

The coat of arms were rendered by the hand of Mr. Nebojša Dikić, heraldic artist. The Reverend Father Deacon Hadži Nenad M. Jovanović, heraldist of The Board for Heraldic and Genealogical Studies (BHGS) of The Center for Research of Orthodox Monarchism (CROM) blazoned the coat of arms.

The blazon of the coat of arms of Mr. Helmut Ritter von Königsfels are:

Shield – Per pale and per pall reversed, 1 – Azure, on a rocky mount a knight armed cap-à-pie all Proper, holding in his dexter hand a shield: Gules, a shoot tip of a nettle (Urtica dioica) between two sardines (Sardina pilchardus) all Argent, and in his sinister hand a sword point downwards bendwise sinister Or; 2 – a goat clymant Argent, attired and unglued Or; 3 – Argent, polystavrion Gules; 4 – Argent, polystavrion Azure.

Crest – Upon a helm, wreathed and mantled to dexter Gules and to sinister Azure all doubled Argent, issuant from a crest coronet Or, a demi lion rampant Azure, armed and langued Gules, holding in the dexter paw a shajkacha cap, and in his sinister paw a paintbrush, all Proper.


The coat of arms are registered in BHGS under the number of 004/21.

We wish Mr. Helmut Ritter von Königsfels to use this coat of arms for a long time and hereafter to be his lasting symbol and pride.