Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Column

See also: Column in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

Cross Capital §

A cross formed of intersecting architectural columns.

Default orientation: crosswise. No proper coloration.

Source: Hofkleiderbuch des Herzogs Wilhelm IV und Albrecht V. Artist unknown. (From folio 50v.)

Column (1) §

An architectural pillar.

Default orientation: palewise. No proper coloration unless blazoned a “stone column” (argent).

Source: The Art of Heraldry. Artist: Unknown.

Column (2) §

An architectural pillar.

Default orientation: palewise. No proper coloration unless blazoned a “stone column” (argent).

Source: OpenClipArt. Artist: OpenHeraldry.

Column (3) §

An architectural pillar.

Default orientation: palewise. No proper coloration unless blazoned a “stone column” (argent).

Source: Le Blason Des Armoiries. Artist: Jérôme de Bara.

Column (4) §

An architectural pillar.

Default orientation: palewise. No proper coloration unless blazoned a “stone column” (argent).

Source: Stemmario Trivulziano. Artist: Gian Antonio da Tradate.

Column (5) §

An architectural pillar.

Default alignment: palewise. No proper coloration unless blazoned a “stone column” (argent).

Source: Insignia Venetorum Nobilium II. Artist unknown. (From the arms of Cholona, folio 97.)

Column (6) §

An architectural pillar.

Default orientation: palewise. No proper coloration unless blazoned a “stone column” (argent).

Source: Wappenbuch of the Holy Roman Empire. Artist unknown. (Page 690.)

Column (7) §

An architectural pillar.

Default orientation: palewise. No proper coloration unless blazoned a “stone column” (argent).

Source: Schlesisches Wappenbuch.Artist unknown. (Page 195.)

Column (8) §

An architectural pillar.

Default orientation: palewise. No proper coloration unless blazoned a “stone column” (argent).