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Cross - Moline

Cross - Moline

One of the oldest heraldic variations of the cross. In heraldry the arms of the cross peal off into two curls at the end.

Signifies the mutual converse of human society. It is said to represent a millstone or a fer-de-moline. It is sometimes a mark of cadence representing the eighth son. It is also known as a Miller's Cross.