Dąbrowski coat of arms


Battle cry:
Alternative names Panna
Earliest mention
Families Czepelin, Dąbrowski, Kremski, Sczupliński, Szczupliński

Dąbrowski - is a Polish Coat of Arms. It was used by several szlachta families in the times of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.



A crowned woman in a red field with the hair unbraided, in silver dress, with two golden trumpets holds at mouths. At the crest, the same woman between two golden trumpets.

Notable bearers

Notable bearers of this Coat of Arms include:

See also


  • Dynastic Genealogy
  • Ornatowski.com
  • Adam Boniecki, "Herbarz Polski" (Warszawa, POLSKA: Gebethner i Wolff w Warszawie, 1901), Volume IV, page 124.

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