With the release of the beautiful Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba, 1st Duke of Santangelo and Staff miniatures from The Assault Group (superbly) sculpted by Nick Collier below has had me on a bit of a trek on the net looking for his personal coat of arms for the Cerignola 1503 Campaign.
I struck it lucky with Wappenwiki and got a convincing hit straight away which has left me wondering which coat of army El Gran Capitan might have used at the time of Cerignola 1503? So far there are four potentials thus far; I prefer the first one at the top but would be very interested in hearing from anyone who might have a better understanding of Spanish Heraldry or Early Renaissance Heraldry in general.
You can see the coats of arms on the Wappenwiki page HERE)
Candidate no. 1:
Gonzalo Fernández de Córdoba
1st Duke of Santángelo, Montalto, Terranova, Andría and Sessa
Viceroy of Naples
El Gran Capitan
Younger son of Pedro Fernández de Córdoba, 4th Lord of Aguilar and Priego
Alternative arms variant
Alternative arms variant V.2
Alternative arms variant as Knight of the Golden Fleece