Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Cock

See also: Cock in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

A male chicken, known in modern English as a rooster.

Cock (1) §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Roana d’Evreux (attributed).

Cock (3) §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Source: Banners, Standards, and Badges. Artist: Thomas Willement.

Cock (4) §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art Archives. Artist: Gunnvôr silfrahárr.

Cock (5) §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Source: Two Tudor Books of Arms. Artist: Robert Cooke.

Cock (6) §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Source: Wikimedia Commons. Artist: Syryatsu. License: Released into the public domain.

Cock (7) §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Artist: Saewynn aet Cnolle. Adapted from Insignia Urbium Italiae Septentrionalis. (Arms of "De Caponis," folio 108r.)

Cock Rising §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Roana d’Evreux (attributed).

Double-Headed Cock (1) §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Source: Viking Answer Lady SVG Images For Heralds. Artist: Gunnvôr silfrahárr.

Double-Headed Cock (2) §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Source: Zurich Roll. Artist unknown. Adapted by Vémundr Syvursson.

Cock Head Couped §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Artist: Jon Chesey. Adapted from Anton Tirol's Wappenbuch (Germany, c. 1540).

Cock Head Erased §

Default posture: close. No proper coloration.

Note that this depiction may need to be modified with larger jags in base before registering in order to meet the current standards for erasing.

Source: Viking Answer Lady SVG Images For Heralds. Artist: Gunnvôr silfrahárr.