Book Of Traceable Heraldic Art

Voided

Two Bendlets Voided of Another Tincture §

Device
Badge

Central ordinary.

Source: Armorial Français et Plus Particulièrement Poitevin. Artist unknown. (Folio 33r.)

Saltire Parted and Voided §

Device
Badge

Central ordinary.

Source: Priorista di Giuliano de' Ricci. Artist unknown. (Vol. I, folio 58r, arms of Ruffoli.)

Cross Pointed Voided §

A cross with pointed ends.

Default orientation: crosswise. No proper coloration.

Cross Pointed Voided Pometty §

A cross with pointed ends.

Default orientation: crosswise. No proper coloration.

Source: Nobiliario de Armas de Valencia, Aragón y Cataluña. Artist unknown. (Folio 22r.)

Cross Potent Voided §

A cross with bars at the end of each arm.

Default orientation: crosswise. No proper coloration.

Source: Livro do Armeiro-Mor. Artist: Jean Du Cros. (Arms of Teixeira, folio 75v.)

Delf Voided §

A block of dirt. Drawn as a square.

Default orientation: flat side to base. No proper coloration.

Delf Ployé Voided §

A block of dirt. Drawn as a square.

Default orientation: flat side to base. No proper coloration.

Two Delfs Voided and Fretted §

A block of dirt. Drawn as a square.

Default orientation: flat side to base.

No proper coloration.

Hexagon Voided §

An equilateral polygon.

Considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP).

Voided charges may only appear as part of the primary charge group.

Default orientation: flat side to base.

Mullet Voided §

A star. Five points by default. Default orientation: one point to chief.

Mullet Voided and Interlaced (1) §

A star. Five points by default. Default orientation: one point to chief.

Sometimes called a “pentacle,” but not so blazoned.

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

Mullet Voided and Interlaced (2) §

A star. Five points by default.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Sometimes called a “pentacle,” but not so blazoned.

Source: Siebmacher’s Wappenbuch of 1605. Artist: Johann Siebmacher. (Page 119, arms of Degelin von Wangen.)

Mullet of 6 Points Voided §

A star. Five points by default.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Mullet of 7 Points Voided and Interlaced (1) §

A star. Five points by default.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Source: Pennsic Traceable Art. Artist: Unknown.

Mullet of 7 Points Voided and Interlaced (2) §

A star. Five points by default.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Mullet of 8 Points Voided §

A star. Five points by default.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Mullet of 8 Points Voided and Interlaced (1) §

A star. Five points by default. Default orientation: one point to chief.

Source: Pennsic Bored-Artist Collection. Artist: Unknown.

Mullet of 8 Points Voided and Interlaced (2) §

A star. Five points by default.

Default orientation: one point to chief.

Mullet Voided and Interlaced Within an Annulet §

Sometimes referred to as a "pentacle."

Default orientation: one point to chief.

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

Pentagon Voided §

An equilateral polygon.

Considered a Step From Period Practice (SFPP). Default orientation: flat side to base.

Quatrefoil (Shape) Voided §

A rounded four-lobed shape.

Proper coloration: crosswise. No default coloration.

Artist: Elionora inghean Ui Cheallaigh.

Triangle Voided §

An equilateral polygon.

Voided charges may only appear as part of the primary charge group.

Default orientation: flat side to base.