Trzy Gwiazdy coat of arms

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Trzy Gwiazdy
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Families19 names altogether: Brychta, Dobrowolski, Genderzika, Inés de León, Juszczakiewicz, Jutrzenka, Lanik, Madricki, Malaff, Milwiński, Olechowski, Pluta, Polpanke, Pomorski, Słuczanowski, Styp, Szyc, Wańtoch, Wrześniewski

Trzy Gwiazdy (Polish for "Three Stars") is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta (noble) families under the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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