Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Sun

See also: Sun in Pictorial Dictionary of Heraldry.

Ray of the Sun Issuant From Dexter Chief (1) §

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A long wisp of flame issuant from a demi-sun on the edge of the field. Blazoned “a ray of the sun issued from edge.”

Ray of the Sun Issuant From Dexter Chief (2) §

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Badge

A long wisp of flame issuant from a demi-sun on the edge of the field. Blazoned “a ray of the sun issued from edge.”

Source: Guillim’s Display of Heraldry. Artist unknown.

Sun (1) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Sun (2) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist unknown.

Sun (3) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

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

Sun (4) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Sun (5) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Sun (6) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Sun (7) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Sun (8) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Demi-Sun §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Sun In His Splendor (1) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: A Complete Guide to Heraldry. Artist: Graham Johnston.

Sun In His Splendor (2) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Roana d’Evreux.

Sun In His Splendor (3) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy. Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

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

Sun In His Splendor (4) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: Armorial de Gelre. Artist: Claes Heinenzoon. (Folio 54r.)

Sun In His Splendor (5) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy. Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. Artist: Vigil Raber. (From page 262.)

Sun In His Splendor (6) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy. Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: Sammelband Mehrerer Wappenbücher. Artist unknown. (Folio 33r.)

Sun In His Splendor (7) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: Herby Rycerstwa Polskiego. Artist unknown. (Page 711.)

Sun In His Splendor (8) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy. Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: Anton Tirol's Wappenbuch. Artist: Anton Tirol. (Folio 3r.) Adapted by Elionora inghean Ui Cheallaigh.

Sun In His Splendor (9) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy.

Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: Le Blason Des Armoiries. Artist: Jérôme de Bara. (Page 56.)

Sun In His Splendor (10) §

The brightest of the heavenly bodies.

Typically drawn as a disc with between eight and sixteen rays, alternating straight and wavy. Shown here with a human face, blazoned as “in his splendor.”

Source: Nobiliario de Armas de Valencia, Aragón y Cataluña. Artist unknown. (Folo 48r.) Adapted by Forveleth Dunde.