Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Sources: Alphabetically with Artists | By Frequency | Geographical | Chronological With Details

Sources

Illustrations in this collection have been taken from or adapted from the sources listed below.

British Library Cotton MS Julius A VI

Source for 1 illustration.

Painted in the first half of the 11th century in North England. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Cotton_MS_Julius_A_VI

Dering Roll

Source for 5 illustrations.

Painted circa 1270-1280 near Dover, England. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Add_Roll_77720

Armorial Le Breton

Source for 6 illustrations.

Painted circa 1292 in France, with some pages added between 1400–1530. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/ArmorialLeBreton

Manesse Codex

Source for 3 illustrations.

Painted in Germany circa 1304 with additions through 1340. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at https://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/cpg848

Zurich Roll

Source for 32 illustrations.

Painted circa 1340 in Switzerland. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/thumbs/snm/AG002760

For names and blazons see http://www.vikinganswerlady.com/ZurichRoll/index.html

Wappenbuch der Bruderschaft des heiligen Christophorus am Arlberg

Source for 7 illustrations.

Painted in Tyrol in the 14th century.

Indexed as HHStA HS Weiss 242, the "Viennese Manuscript."

Archived at http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/WienerHandschriftEXAv2_52z3/

Bellenville Armorial

Source for 17 illustrations.

Painted between 1375 and 1400 in or around the Netherlands. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8470169b/

Armorial de Gelre

Source for 13 illustrations.

Painted circa 1395 near Geldern. Illustrations by Claes Heinenzoon. Archived at https://uurl.kbr.be/1733715

For names and blazons see: http://www.heraldique-europeenne.org/Armoriaux/Gelre/Partie_VI.html

Modern re-emblazons are available on this site: http://wappenwiki.org/index.php/Gelre_Armorial

Beyeren Armorial

Source for 14 illustrations.

Painted in 1405 at the court of Holland. Illustrations by Claes Heinenzoon.

Archived at https://galerij.kb.nl/kb.html#/nl/wapenboek/page/0 and https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Armorial_de_Beyeren

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De Ministrerio Armorum

Source for 4 illustrations.

Indexed as J Rylands Latin MS 28.

Painted around 1415 in Germany by a Portuguese herald. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://silverdragon.org/HERALDRY/RyGerman15c/

Fenwick Roll

Source for 4 illustrations.

Painted in England between 1422 and 1461.

Armas de los Condes

Source for 11 illustrations.

Subtitle: Vescondes etc. de Cataluña, de Castilla, de Portugal Indexed as BSB Cod.icon. 290.

Painted between 1440-1550 in Iberia. Illustrators unknown. Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001370/images/

Le Grand Armorial Équestre de la Toison d'Or

Source for 11 illustrations.

Painted between 1429 and 1461 near Burgundy. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b55009806h/

Bergshammar Armorial

Source for 5 illustrations.

Painted between 1441–56 in Brabant, Netherlands. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at https://sok.riksarkivet.se/bildvisning/R0001216_00001

Annotation and re-emblazon at http://wappenwiki.org/index.php/Bergshammar_Armorial

Stemmario Trivulziano

Source for 58 illustrations.

Painted circa 1450 near Milan. Illustrations by Gian Antonio da Tradate.

Archived at http://graficheincomune.comune.milano.it/GraficheInComune/immagine/Cod.+Triv.+1390,+piatto+anteriore

Scheibler Armorial

Source for 52 illustrations.

Also known as Scheibler'sches Wappenbuch. Indexed as BSB Cod.icon. 312 c.

Painted around 1450 in Germany, with additions through 1600. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Scheibler_Armorial and http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00007174/images/

Armorial de Berry

Source for 3 illustrations.

Also known as the Armorial of Gilles Le Bouvier.

Painted circa 1455 in France. Illustrators unknown. Archived at https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b85285803/

St. Gallen Armorial

Source for 12 illustrations.

Also known as the Armorial of Ulrich Rösch, Abbot of Saint Gall. Painted circa 1470 in Southern Germany. Illustrators unknown. Archived at http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/thumbs/csg/1084

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Wappenbuch Conrads von Grünenberg

Source for 27 illustrations.

Subtitle: Ritters und Bürgers zu Constanz. Indexed as BSB Cgm 145.

Printed circa 1480 in Southern Germany by Conrad Grünenberg. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/0003/bsb00035320/images/

Prince Arthur's Book

Source for 6 illustrations.

Painted in England around 1480, perhaps by Thomas Wriothesley. Some images may be found on the web, but the full set is not online.

Wernigerode Armorial

Source for 15 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod.icon. 308n. Also called the Schaffhausensches Wappenbuch. Painted circa 1490 in South Germany. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at https://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/0004/bsb00043104/images/

The Deidis of Armorie

Source for 13 illustrations.

Indexed as Harley MS 6149. Written circa 1494 by Adam Loutfut, Kintyre Pursuivant, and two other scribes.

Archived at http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=harley_ms_6149_fs001r

Ortus Sanitatis

Source for 16 illustrations.

Printed by Johann Prüss in 1499. Illustrators unknown. Archived at https://archive.org/details/ortussanitatis00prss/

Sarum Processional

Source for 6 illustrations.

Printed by Morin of Rouen in 1508. Illustrators unknown. Archived at https://archive.org/details/processionalead00churgoog/

Livro do Armeiro-Mor

Source for 14 illustrations.

Painted in Portugal in 1506-09 by Jean Du Cros.

Archived at https://digitarq.arquivos.pt/viewer?id=4162406 and https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Livro_do_Armeiro-Mor and http://www.vikinganswerlady.com/FTP_Files/1506-1509_Livro_do_Armeiro-Mor_Portugal.pdf

BnF MS Fr 5240

Source for 3 illustrations.

Painted 1515-1547 in France. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b53038279k.r=25183

Livro da Nobreza e Perfeição das Armas

Source for 4 illustrations.

Painted 1521-1541 in Portugal by António Godinho.

Archived at http://digitarq.arquivos.pt/ViewerForm.aspx?id=4162407

Sammelband Mehrerer Wappenbücher

Source for 27 illustrations.

Painted circa 1530 in Southern Germany. Illustrators unknown. Indexed as BSB Cod.icon. 391.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00007681/images/

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Anton Tirol's Wappenbuch

Source for 13 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 310.

Painted circa 1490–1540 in the Tyrol.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001649/images/

Neustifter Wappenbuch

Source for 22 illustrations.

Painted circa 1540 in the Tyrol. Illustrations by Vigil Raber.

Some images may be found on the web, but the full set is not online.

Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft

Source for 111 illustrations.

Painted circa 1548 in Sterzing, Tyrol. Illustrations by Vigil Raber.

Archived at http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/VirgilRaberEXAv2_52z2/

Wappenbuch Süddeutschland

Source for 11 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod.icon. 392 d.

Painted before 1550 in Southern Germany. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/0001/bsb00018706/images/

Lewis Armorial

Source for 6 illustrations.

UPenn manuscript Lewis E 17. Painted in the 1500s in Austro- Bavaria. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://openn.library.upenn.edu/Data/0023/html/lewis_e_017.html

BnF MS Allemand 304

Source for 33 illustrations.

A sixteenth-century German armorial. Illustrator unknown. Archived at https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b10022383r/

Nobiliario de Armas de Valencia, Aragón y Cataluña

Source for 22 illustrations.

Indexed as Biblioteca Nacional de España MSS 3096. A sixteenth- century Spanish armorial. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://bdh-rd.bne.es/viewer.vm?id=0000118746&page=1

Insignia Anglica

Source for 25 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 291.

Painted in England circa 1550. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001647/images/

Devises Heroiques et Emblemes

Source for 7 illustrations.

Written by Claude Paradin. Illustrator unknown.

Originally published in Lyons in 1551, expanded and reissued multiple times over the following century.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/devisesheroiques00para/

Insignia Urbium Italiae Septentrionalis

Source for 19 illustrations.

Subtitled Nobilium Mediolanensium.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 270.

Painted in Italy circa 1555. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001430/images/

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Insignia Venetorum Nobilium II

Source for 10 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 272, or Insignia VII.

Painted in Italy circa 1555. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001419/images/

Insignia Venetorum Nobilium III

Source for 6 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 273, or Insignia VIII.

Painted in Italy circa 1555. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001420/images/

Insignia Veneta, Mantuana, Bononiensia, Anconitana, Urbinatia, Perugiensia

Source for 9 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 274, or Insignia IX.

Painted in Italy circa 1555. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001421/images/

Insignia Nobilium Patavinorum

Source for 7 illustrations.

Title continued: Impresa Ferrariensium, Pesariensium.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 275.

Painted in Italy circa 1555. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001422/images/

Insignia Nobilium Veronensium, Vicentinorum

Source for 9 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 276.

Painted in Italy circa 1555. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001423/images/

Insignia Florentinorum

Source for 10 illustrations.

Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 277, or Insignia XII. Painted in Italy circa 1555. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001424/images/ and https://www.flickr.com/photos/63962238@N08/albums/72157653448079488/

Insignia Lucensium, Senensium, Pisanorum

Source for 2 illustrations.

Title continued: Pistoianorum, Volterranorum, Aretinorum, Cortonensium, Borgo a S. Sepolcro. Indexed as BSB Cod. Icon. 278, or Insignia XIII.

Painted in Italy circa 1555. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001425/images/

Catalogue des Nobles Admiraulx de France

Source for 3 illustrations.

Subtitle: Depuis le Roy Philippes de Valois, Jusques à Tres Puissant, Tres Magnanime & Tres Victorieux Roy de France, Henry Deuxième

By Jean Le Féron. Artist unknown. Published in Paris, 1555. Archived at https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k9671229p/

Catalogue des Très Illustres Grands-Maistres de France

Source for 2 illustrations.

Subtitle: Depuis le Roy Clotaire, Deuxième du Nom, Jusques à Tres Puissant, Tres Magnanime & Tres Victorieux Roy de France, Henry Deuxième

By Jean Le Féron. Artist unknown. Published in Paris, 1555. Archived at https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k9671230b/

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Wappenbuch of the Holy Roman Empire

Source for 4 illustrations.

Painted by Stephan Brechtel around 1560

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00020447/

Flandria Roll

Source for 3 illustrations.

Subtitle: Chorographie Flanderns in Portraits der Landesfürsten, den Wappen des Adels und des Landes und in seiner Geographie. Indexed as BSB Cod.icon. 265.

Painted in the Netherlands in 1562.

Archived at http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00001350/images/

The Accedence of Armorie

Source for 11 illustrations.

By Gerard Legh (sometimes Leigh), published in England in 1562 with a second edition in 1597. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/accedenceofarmor00legh/

Rylands MS 2

Source for 10 illustrations.

Painted by Lucas Cranach the Younger in Germany in 1565.

Archived at https://luna.manchester.ac.uk/luna/servlet/media/book/showBook/Manchester~91~1~433848~225786

Opera Dell'arte Del Cucinare

Source for 8 illustrations.

Printed by Bartolomeo Scappi in Italy in 1570. Illustrator unknown. Archived at https://archive.org/details/operavenetiascap00scap

Arma Regni Poloniae

Source for 17 illustrations.

Indexed as München, BSB Herald. 9. Printed in Germany in 1572. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/resolve/display/bsb10455021.html

Workes of Armorie

Source for 39 illustrations.

Subtitle: Deuyded into three bookes, entituled, the Concordes of armorie, the Armorie of honor, and of Coates and creastes.

Printed by John Bossewell in England in 1572. Illustrator unknown. Archived at https://archive.org/details/workesofarmoried00boss

Schlesisches Wappenbuch

Source for 12 illustrations.

Published in Silesia in 1578.

Archived at https://digital.staatsbibliothek-berlin.de/werkansicht/?PPN=PPN803782608

Le Blason Des Armoiries

Source for 84 illustrations.

Subtitle: Auquel est monstrée la manière de laquelle les Anciens et Modernes ont usé en icelles.

Written and illustrated by Jérôme de Bara in Lyon, France, 1579. Archived at http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8608301g/

Von Den Fürsten Grauen, Herren

Source for 2 illustrations.

Subtitle: auch andern alten Adelichen Bayrischen Geschlechten. Published in Germany, 1586. Artist unknown.

Archived at https://haab-digital.klassik-stiftung.de/viewer/resolver?

urn=urn:nbn:de:gbv:32-1-10030621403

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Nobleza del Andaluzia

Source for 13 illustrations.

Indexed as Biblioteca Nacional de España MSS R10805, R26842.

Published by Gonzalo Argote de Molina in Sevilla, 1588. Artist unknown.

Archived at http://bdh-rd.bne.es/viewer.vm?id=0000134360

Walters Ms. W.847

Source for 4 illustrations.

Painted in England in 1589.

Archived at http://www.thedigitalwalters.org/Data/WaltersManuscripts/html/W847/

The Armes of All the Cheife Corporatons

Source for 10 illustrations.

Subtitle: of England wt. the companees of London described by letters for ther seuerall collores

Published by Benjamin Wright in London in 1596.

Archived at https://luna.folger.edu/luna/servlet/detail/ FOLGERCM1~6~6~793017~150630:The-armes-of-all-the-cheife- corpora

Catalogue des Noms, Surnoms, Faits et Vies

Source for 4 illustrations.

Subtitle: Des Connestables, Chanceliers, Grands Maistres, Admiraux et Mareschaux de France; Ensemble des Prévosts de Paris, Depuis Leur Premier Establissement Jusques à Très Haut, Tres Puissant, & Tres Chrestien Roy de France et de Navarre Henry III

By Jean Le Féron. Artist unknown. Published in Paris, 1598. Archived at https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k15120809/

English Arms A

Source for 27 illustrations.

Created in Ireland circa 1590–1620.

Archived at http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000531082

Siebmacher's Wappenbuch of 1605

Source for 40 illustrations.

Written and illustrated by Johann Siebmacher in Germany in 1605.

Archived at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Siebmachers_Wappenbuch

A Display of Heraldry

Source for 111 illustrations.

Subtitle: Manifesting a more easie access to the knowledge thereof than hath been hitherto published by any, through the benefit of method.

Printed by John Guillim in England in 1611. Illustrator unknown. Archived at http://archive.org/details/gri_33125009310737

O-umajirushi

Source for 9 illustrations.

Painted circa 1640 in Japan. Illustrations attributed to Kyūan. Archived at http://o-umajirushi.xavid.us/.

The History of Four-Footed Beasts and Serpents

Source for 5 illustrations.

Published in 1658 in England. Illustrations by Edward Topsell. Archived at http://archive.org/details/historyoffourfoo00tops

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Opus Insignium Armorumque

Source for 12 illustrations.

Published in 1687 in Slovenia. Illustrations by Janez Valvasor and Bartholomaeus Ramschisslu.

Archived at http://bit.ly/opus-insignium-armorumque and https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Opus_insignium_armorumque

Devises et Emblemes Anciennes & Modernes

Source for 3 illustrations.

Subtitle: Tirees de Plus Celebres Auteurs

Written by Daniel de la Feuille. Published in 1699 in Augsburg, Bavaria. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/devisesetembleme00lafeu

Heraldry of Fish

Source for 15 illustrations.

Subtitle: Notices of the Principal Families Bearing Fish in Their Arms. Printed by Thomas Moule in England in 1842. Illustrator unknown. Archived at https://archive.org/details/heraldryoffishno00mouluoft/

Siebmacher's Grosses und Allgemeines Wappenbuch

Source for 3 illustrations.

Also known as Neuer Siebmacher, “the new Siebmacher.”

Published in Germany by Adolf Matthias Hildebrandt, Maximilian Gritzner, and Gustav A Seyler, 1854-1967. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/heraldryoffishno00mouluoft/

English Heraldry

Source for 7 illustrations.

Published by Charles Boutell in England in 1867, republished 1899. Illustrations by R. B. Utting.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/englishheraldryb00bout

The New Practical Gardener and Modern Horticulturist

Source for 1 illustration.

Printed by Wm. MacKensie in England in 1874. Illustrator unknown. Archived at https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=msu.31293010587842

A Cyclopedia of Costume

Source for 17 illustrations.

Subtitle: or, Dictionary of Dress, Including Notices of Contemporaneous Fashions on the Continent; a General Chronological History of the Costumes of the Principal Countries of Europe, from the Commencement of the Christian Era to the Accession of George the Third.

Published 1876–79 in England by James Robinson Planché. Illustrators unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/p1cyclopediaofco01planuoft/ and https://archive.org/details/p2cyclopediaofc01planuoft/

and https://archive.org/details/b24871850_0002/page/n9/

Siegel des Mittelalters aus den Archiven der Stadt Lübeck

Source for 1 illustration.

Published in 1879 in Germany by Verein für lübeckische Geschichte und Altertumskunde. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/siegeldesmittel00altegoog

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The Vegetable Lamb of Tartary

Source for 1 illustration.

Subtitle: A Curious Fable of the Cotton Plant.

Published by Henry Lee in England in 1887. Illustrator unknown. Archived at http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/43343

A Treatise on Heraldry British and Foreign

Source for 8 illustrations.

Subtitle: With English and French Glossaries. Two volumes.

Published by John Woodward in England in 1892. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/treatiseonherald01wood/ and https://archive.org/details/atreatiseonhera00burngoog/

Heraldry, Ancient and Modern

Source for 5 illustrations.

Subtitle: Including Boutell's Heraldry.

Published by S.T. Aveling in 1890. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/heraldryancientm00boutrich

A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry

Source for 31 illustrations.

By James Parker, with contributions by Henry Gough, 1894. Based on the book published by his father, J. H. Parker, in 1847. Some illustrations by his daughter, Irene Parker (later Irene Hore).

Archived at https://archive.org/details/aglossarytermsu08parkgoog and https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=luMMAAAAYAAJ and https://www.heraldsnet.org/saitou/parker/index.htm

Some Feudal Coats Of Arms

Source for 1 illustration.

Subtitle: And others, illustrated with 2,000 zinco etchings from the Bayear tapestry, Greek vases, seals, tiles, effigies, brasses and heraldic rolls.

By Joseph Foster, 1902. Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/somefeudalcoatso00fostrich

Baltischer Wappen-Kalender

Source for 6 illustrations.

Published by E Bruhns, in Riga, 1902. Illustrated by M. Kortmann. Archived at https://www.digar.ee/viewer/et/nlib-digar:42026/28954

Two Tudor Books of Arms

Source for 51 illustrations.

Subtitle: Harleian Manuscripts Numbers 2169 & 6163.

By Joseph Foster, 1904. Illustrator unknown.

Based on a mid-16th C. copy of a late-15th C. manuscript. Archived at https://archive.org/details/twotudorbooksofa00fostuoft

Some Feudal Lords and Their Seals

Source for 17 illustrations.

By Thomas Evelyn Scott-Ellis (Baron Howard de Walden), 1904. Images copied from examples in a document from 1301.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/somefeudallordst00howauoft/

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Banners, Standards, and Badges

Source for 79 illustrations.

Subtitle: From a Tudor manuscript in the College of Arms.

By Thomas Evelyn Scott-Ellis (Baron Howard de Walden), 1904.

Illustrations drawn by Thomas Willement in 1829-31, based on a manuscript created in England circa 1531.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/bannersstandards00howauoft

The Art of Heraldry

Source for 13 illustrations.

Subtitle: An Encyclopædia of Armory. By Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, 1904.

Illustrations by H. G. Strohl, G. W. Eve, Graham Johnston, C. W. Sherborn, R. E., J. Forbes Nixon, G. Scruby, J. Vinycomb, M.R.I.A., and “Miss Helard” (a pseudonym for his wife, Mary Ellen Blanche Crookes).

Archived at https://archive.org/details/artofheraldryenc00foxd

The Principles of Design

Source for 15 illustrations.

Subtitle: A text-book for teachers, students, and craftsmen. Written and illustrated by George Woolliscroft–Rhead, 1905. Archived at https://archive.org/details/principlesofdesi00rheauoft

Fictitious & Symbolic Creatures in Art

Source for 35 illustrations.

Subtitle: With special reference to their use in British heraldry. Written and illustrated by John Vinycomb, 1906.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/fictitioussymbol00vinyiala

Heraldic Badges

Source for 5 illustrations.

By Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, 1907.

Illustrator unknown.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/heraldicbadges00foxd

A Complete Guide to Heraldry

Source for 161 illustrations.

By Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, 1909.

Most illustrations by Graham Johnston. Includes illustrations by “Miss Helard” (a pseudonym for his wife, Mary Ellen Blanche Crookes) and Mr. G. W. Eve.

Archived at https://archive.org/details/completeguidetoh00foxdrich

Wappen und Siegel des Kreises Alfeld

Source for 6 illustrations.

Written by Wilhelm Barner, 1953. Illustrations by Gustav Völker.

Braunschweiger Wappenbuch

Source for 1 illustration.

Written by Arnold Rabbow, 1977, revised 1984, 2018. Illustrations by Gustav Völker.

Wappenbuch des Landkreises Hannover

Source for 6 illustrations.

Published in Germany in 1985. Illustrations by Gustav Völker.

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Wikimedia Commons

Source for 28 illustrations.

Copyright for each item is retained by its original creator.

Although most Wikimedia material is released under a Creative Commons Attribution license, this collection includes only items which have been placed in the public domain.

Artists include: AceDouble, AnonMoos, Care, F.rodrigo, Fry1989, Madden, Mouagip, Orem, and Poznaniak.

Available at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:SVG_coat_of_arms_elements

Heraldik-Wiki

Source for 3 illustrations.

Copyright for each item is retained by its original creator.

Although most Heraldik-Wiki material is released under a Creative Commons Attribution license, this collection includes only items which have been placed in the public domain.

Artists include: Dorado, Leit, and Madboy74. Available at https://heraldik-wiki.de/

OpenClipArt

Source for 33 illustrations.

All items released into the public domain. Available at http://openclipart.org/

Heraldic Templates

Source for 170 illustrations.

By Torric inn Björn. © 1992 Floyd L. Bullock.

Permission was granted by the artist to adapt and include these images as part of this project.

Archived at http://blog.heraldicart.org/heraldic-templates/

Pennsic Traceable Art

Source for 582 illustrations.

Created by the volunteers of the art tent at Pennsic Heralds’ Point. Compiled and edited by Ailis Linne. © 2004–2007 Erin E Childs.

Permission was granted by the editor to include, update, redraw and distribute the PTA images as part of this project.

Nearly all of the charges from the third edition are included, along with some additional items from the project’s unreleased archives.

A concordance showing each PTA item and the corresponding image in this collection is available at http://heraldicart.org/pta/.

Artists include Roana d’Evreux, Myfanwy ferch Rhiannon, Bressal MacCulloch, Palotzi Marti, Gisela vom Kreuzbach, Elsbeth Anne Roth, Kolosvari Arpadne Julia, Thomas Ouswood, Margaret Makafee, and Tristran Deans, among others.

In some cases, the record of artists' credits is unclear, and we have included our best guess as to the creator, annotated as "attributed."

Images scanned by Roana d’Evreux and Thomas Ouswood.

Pennsic Traceable Art Archives

Source for 19 illustrations.

Following the publication of the third edition of the Pennsic Traceable Art, a number of additional illiustrations were collected in anticipation of the fourth edition, but were never published.

A decade later, they are being distributed here for the first time, under the same terms as for the third edition.

Artist include Gunnvôr silfrahárr, Ian of Tadcaster, and Violante de Rojas.

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Viking Answer Lady SVG Images For Heralds

Source for 621 illustrations.

By Gunnvôr silfrahárr. © 2014 Christie L. Ward.

Distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) license. No attribution is required for heraldic or artistic use by members of the SCA.

Available at http://www.vikinganswerlady.com/Stars/Heraldry_SVG_Images/index.htm

SVG Heraldry Components

Source for 28 illustrations.

By Nicholas de Estleche. © 2016–2018 Nicholas Adams.

Permission was granted to include and distribute these images as part of this project. Available for free use by members of the SCA.

Available at https://svg-heraldry-components.fandom.com/

Sledgehamster

Source for 24 illustrations.

By Grimwulf Harland.

Permission was granted to include and distribute these images as part of this project. Available for free use by members of the SCA.

Available at https://sledgehamster.com/downloads/

Pennsic “Bored Artists” Collection

Source for 76 illustrations.

Created by the volunteers of the art tent at Pennsic Heralds’ Point. Permission granted to share for free heraldic use within the SCA. Copyright for each item is retained by its original creator.

Artists include Æðelðryð MacGillivray, Angharat Goch verch Gwenhover, `Aziza al-Shiraziyya, Celiedh Eiriksdottir, Dorothy Mackey, Imayne de Merlowe, Jaqueline de Molieres, Kjalvor Sæbjarnardottir, Raziya Bint Rusa, Rozalia Krawczykowa, Stephanie Fahey, and Þórý Veðardóttir.

Pennsic Heralds’ Point Artists

Source for 106 illustrations.

Created by the volunteers of the art tent at Pennsic Heralds’ Point.

Taken from submissions of Pennsic XLIV (2015), XLVI (2017), XLVII (2018), and XLVIII (2019).

Permission granted to share for free heraldic use within the SCA. Copyright for each item is retained by its original creator.

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Book of Traceable Heraldic Art

Source for 1382 illustrations.

Digital illustration and layout of this collection was performed by Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin.

Content, design, and illustrations not specifically credited to others are © 2016–2020 Matthew Simon Ryan Cavalletto.

Illustrations with a named artist but no identified source work were contributed to this project by their creators, who retain the copyright.

Artists include Alexandre Saint Pierre, Aliyah bat Azriel, Bahja al- Azraq, Bróccín MacIvyr, Daya Speyerin, Elizabeth Turner de Carlisle, Estelle de la Mer, Iago ab Adam, Jessimond of Emerickeskepe, Jon Chesey, Kryss Kostarev, Mathghamhain Ua Ruadháin, Muirenn ingen Dunadaig, Niccolo da Palermo, Ræv Kolfinnsson, Thomas Eynsham, Þórý Veðardóttir, Ursula Messerschmitt, Vémundr Syvursson, and Zubeydah al-Badawiyyah..

This book and those illustrations, unless specified, are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) license. No attribution is required for heraldic or artistic use by members of the SCA. Other uses, including commercial, are allowed with appropriate credit, or contact the author for permission to use elements without attribution.

Some individual item pages note that their contents are covered by a Non-Commercial CC license (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). For commercial use of those items, contact the artists directly for permission.