This is the coat of arms of the Sauvage family from the
Dinan region, Brittany.
It was obtained by

Jacques Sauvage,
Sieur de Villeaubel

&

Frédéric Sauvage,
Sieur de Beauséjour.

It can also be found in the
Plouër-sur-Rance armorial.


The Sauvage name was use in Canada until the early 1900,
before becoming Savage.


D`azur au carquois garni de flèches d'argent,
accosté de deux arcs cordés de même;
  au chef abaissé d'argent chargés de
  trois mouchetures d'hermine, de sable
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