Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Angled

Per Bend Bevilled (1) §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures.

Use with charges would be a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

This form of bevil is found in Legh's Accidence of Armory, 1586 and is figure “C”

in the 1992-08 LoAR cover letter, “The Bevil Made Me Do It.”

Per Bend Bevilled (2) §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures.

Use with charges would be a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

This style of bevil is shown as figure “D” and described as acceptable in the

1992-08 LoAR cover letter, “The Bevil Made Me Do It.”

Per Bend Sinister Bevilled (1) §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures.

Use with charges would be a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

This form of bevil is found in Legh's Accidence of Armory,

1586 and is figure “C” in the 1992-08 LoAR cover letter.

Per Bend Sinister Bevilled (2) §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures.

Use with charges would be a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

This style of bevil is shown as figure “D” and described as acceptable in the 1992-08 LoAR cover letter.

Per Bend Sinister Rompu §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures. Use with charges would be a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

The only example I've found of this design is in the arms of Aleyn / Allen; if it is indeed the only such instance, it may not be registrable today.

Source: Insignia Anglica. Artist unknown. (Arms of Aleyn, folio 33r.)

Per Fess Bevilled §

Device
Badge

Equal field division.

May use any two tinctures, except sable and purpure or sable and azure.

Source: Armas de los Cavalleros de Veneçia. Artist unknown. (Folio 41v.)

Per Fess With A Left Step §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures.

Per Fess With A Right Step §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures.

Per Pale Angled §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures.

Never registered in the SCA, but believed to be valid as “per pale angled reversed” was registered and “per pale angled” is documented in Stephen Friar’s “Dictionary of

Heraldry” as well as a book by Carl-Alexander von Volborth.

Per Pale Angled Reversed §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. May use any two tinctures.

Only registered once, in 1985, but believed to be valid as “per pale angled” is documented in Stephen Friar’s “Dictionary of

Heraldry” as well as a book by Carl-Alexander von Volborth.

Paly Angled §

Device
Badge

Equal field division. Must use two contrasting tinctures.

Source: Two Tudor Books of Arms. Artist: Robert Cooke. (Arms of Posyngeworth, page 60.)

Chevron Fracted and Inverted §

Device
Badge

Central ordinary.

Chevron Inverted Rompu (1) §

Device
Badge

Central ordinary.

Chevron Inverted Rompu (2) §

Device
Badge

Central ordinary.

Fess Fracted (1) §

Device
Badge

Central ordinary. A fess that is broken and displaced.

Only registered once, in 1980, so may require additional documentation.

Fess Fracted (2) §

Device
Badge

Central ordinary. A fess that is broken and displaced.

Source: Armas de los Cavalleros de Veneçia. Artist unknown. (Folio 47v.)