Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Tiger

A great cat of Asia, also blazoned a “Bengal tiger,” as opposed to the heraldic “tyger.” Considered a step from period practice (SFPP).

Natural Tiger Couchant Head Lowered §

No proper coloration, but stripes may be blazoned separately, e.g. “gules marked sable.”

Artist: Saewynn aet Cnolle.

Natural Tiger Passant (1) §

No proper coloration, but stripes may be blazoned separately, e.g. “gules marked sable.”

Source: Pennsic Bored-Artist Collection. Artist: Celiedh Eiriksdottir.

Natural Tiger Passant (2) §

No proper coloration, but stripes may be blazoned separately, e.g. “gules marked sable.”

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

Natural Tiger Rampant (1) §

No proper coloration, but stripes may be blazoned separately, e.g. “gules marked sable.”

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

Natural Tiger Rampant (2) §

No proper coloration, but stripes may be blazoned separately, e.g. “gules marked sable.”

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

Natural Tiger Statant §

No proper coloration, but stripes may be blazoned separately, e.g. “gules marked sable.”

Source: Pennsic Bored-Artist Collection. Artist: Celiedh Eiriksdottir.

Natural Tiger's Head Cabossed (1) §

No proper coloration.

Source: Pennsic Bored-Artist Collection. Artist: Celiedh Eiriksdottir.

Natural Tiger's Head Cabossed (2) §

No proper coloration.

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

Natural Tiger's Head Erased §

No proper coloration.

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

Source: Pennsic Bored-Artist Collection. Artist: Celiedh Eiriksdottir.