Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Crown

See also: Crown in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

Maiden's Head Couped Maintaining a Crown and Veil §

A human woman.

Default posture: statant affronty. Proper coloration: only if skin tone is blazoned.

Clothing may be blazoned separately, as “a maiden tincture vested tincture.”

Source: Harley MS 3860. Artist unknown.

Man's Head Couped Maintaining a Crown §

A man’s head.

Default posture: facing dexter.

Proper coloration: only if skin tone is blazoned.

Source: Workes of Armorie. Artist: John Bossewell.

Dovetailed Crown §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

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

Eastern Crown (1) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: A Treatise on Heraldry British and Foreign. Artist unknown. Adapted by Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.

Eastern Crown (2) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: Devises et Emblemes Anciennes & Modernes. Artist: Unknown. Adapted by Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.

Eastern Crown (3) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: Sledgehamster. Artist: Grimwulf Harland.

Eastern Crown (4) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Eastern Crown (5) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Embattled Crown (1) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

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

Embattled Crown (2) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: A Treatise on Heraldry British and Foreign. Artist unknown. Adapted by Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.

Embattled Crown Gemmed §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

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

Crown Flory (1) §

A crown. This style of coronet is associated with dukes/duchesses. Reserved for bearers of that rank.

Default orientation: upright. No proper coloration.

Source: Baltischer Wappen-Kalender. Artist: M. Kortmann.

Crown Flory (2) §

A crown. This style of coronet is associated with dukes/duchesses. Reserved for bearers of that rank.

Default orientation: upright. No proper coloration.

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

Crown Flory (3) §

A crown. This style of coronet is associated with dukes/duchesses. Reserved for bearers of that rank.

Default orientation: upright. No proper coloration.

Source: Sledgehamster. Artist: Grimwulf Harland.

Crown Flory (4) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893. Artist unknown. (Crown of William I.)

Crown Flory (5) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: BSB Cgm 8030. Artist unknown. (Folio 26r.)

Crown Flory (6) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: SVG Heraldry Components. Artist: Nicholas de Estleche.

Gemmed Crown §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: OpenClipArt. Artist: Firkin.

Crown of Grass §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: The VII Deidis of Honour. Artist: Adam Loutfut. (The "Crown Obsidional.") Adapted by Saewynn aet Cnolle.

Crown of Leaves §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: The VII Deidis of Honour. Artist: Adam Loutfut. (The "Crown Mural.") Adapted by Saewynn aet Cnolle.

Crown of Mullets §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: The VII Deidis of Honour. Artist: Adam Loutfut. (The "Crown Ovalis.") Adapted by Saewynn aet Cnolle.

Crown of Myrtle §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: The VII Deidis of Honour. Artist: Adam Loutfut. (The "Crown Ovalis.") Adapted by Saewynn aet Cnolle.

Naval Crown §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: The VII Deidis of Honour. Artist: Adam Loutfut. (The "Crown Naval.") Adapted by Saewynn aet Cnolle.

Crown of Oak Leaves §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: The VII Deidis of Honour. Artist: Adam Loutfut. (The "Crown Civica.") Adapted by Saewynn aet Cnolle.

Pearled Crown (1) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: A Handbook of Ornament. Artist unknown. (Page 524.)

Pearled Crown (2) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: A Cyclopedia of Costume. Artist unknown. (Volume I, page 136.)

Saxon Crown (1) §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: St. Gallen Armorial. Artist: Unknown.

Saxon Crown (2) §

A crown. This style of coronet is reserved for dukes/duchesses.

Default orientation: upright. No proper coloration.

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

Crown of Three Points §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Triumphal Crown §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

Source: The VII Deidis of Honour. Artist: Adam Loutfut. (The "Crown Triumphal.") Adapted by Saewynn aet Cnolle.

Crown Vallary §

A pointy hat. Reserved for royal peers.

Default orientation: fesswise. No proper coloration.

The term "vallary" indicates that something is fortified, as if with a palisade.

Source: The Curiosities of Heraldry. Artist: Mark Antony Lower.