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Fictitious and Symbolic Creatures in Art, by John Vinycomb, [1909], at

The Lion-Dragon

is compounded of the forepart of a lion conjoined to the hinder part of a dragon.

Or, a lion-dragon gules armed, langued and crowned of the first, is the Bretigni family.

Party per chevron gules and or, three lion-dragons ducally crowned and countercharged.—Easton.

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