Matthesius or Matthes from Nuremberg. Sources: "Archivio Storico" of Heraldrys Institute of Rome; "Armorial Général par J.B.Rietstap - Deuxième èdition refondue et augmentée - Tome II L-Z" page 174.
Vert, two triangles voided and interlaced in a star shape, gules. Helmet crowned. Crest: the triangles of the shield. Lambrequins: gules and vert.
Matthesius from Germany; reconstruction based on heraldic conjecture by Heraldrys Institute of Rome.
Sable, a phoenix contournè or looking a sun in splendour on the sinister chief point.
Matthews from Florence. Source: "Raccolta Ceramelli Papiani" kept in "Archivio di stato di Firenze", file n. 5979. The area external to the first inescutcheon is not blazoned but the illustration in the archive includes it.
Argent, a crescent azure surmounted by a star of eight points set in the dexter point of the chief, a fleur-de-lys gules set in the sinister point of the chief; over all an inescutcheon gironny of 8 gules and sable, a lion or, within a bordure azure, eight squares gules charged with a cross patty or; over all an inescutcheon argent with a franc-quartier sable.
Verba Volant, Scripta Manent
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