Cimera Real de Jaime I de Aragon,Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
A rampant winged golden dragon proudly adorned the helmets of the knights of the Crown of Aragorn for centuries, becoming a symbol for the monarchy that controlled much of present-day eastern Spain, and parts of what is now southern France and Italy, until 1469. This was an example of a crest, a decorative heraldic element that was placed on top of the helmet that eventually took a solely pictorial form following the 16th century; this form of ornamentation holds a deep historical link to the Aragonese kings.
Factum Foundation digitised and produced the facsimile of the Cimera Real de Jaime I