The Hats and Headdresses ClipArt gallery offers 132 images of various headwear throughout the ages for both men and women.

"A plume composed of feathers arranged in imitation of the feathers on the head of the heron, and worn on helmets or by ladies as a part of their head-dress, etc."-Whitney, 1902

Aigret

"A plume composed of feathers arranged in imitation of the feathers on the head of the heron, and worn…

An amice was a loose fitting garment worn by Romans over their tunics; it was also worn by priests and pilgrims.  It is a form of vestment used today by Roman Catholic priests during mass.

Amice

An amice was a loose fitting garment worn by Romans over their tunics; it was also worn by priests and…

"The apex was a cap worn by the Flamines and Salii at Rome." — Anthon, 1891

Apex

"The apex was a cap worn by the Flamines and Salii at Rome." — Anthon, 1891

The crown of the Earl and Countess of Arundel, 1487.

Earl and Countess of Arundel

The crown of the Earl and Countess of Arundel, 1487.

The Imperial crown of Austria, which greatly resembles the Episcopal mitre.

Imperial Crown of Austria

The Imperial crown of Austria, which greatly resembles the Episcopal mitre.

A linen covering for the throat, breast and sometimes the lower part of of the face.

Barb

A linen covering for the throat, breast and sometimes the lower part of of the face.

The royal crown of Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond.

Crown of Lady Margaret Beaufort

The royal crown of Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond.

A bonnet is a type of headgear, bonnets today are mostly worn by babies, or Scottish soldiers. Babies use as a soft head covering. They are shaped similarly to the kind of bonnets women used to wear , they cover the hair and ears but not the forehead.

Combination Cap and Bonnet

A bonnet is a type of headgear, bonnets today are mostly worn by babies, or Scottish soldiers. Babies…

This Lady's bonnet is designed with a large layered ribbon tied in the front, and held in place by a square pearl brooch.

Lady's Bonnet

This Lady's bonnet is designed with a large layered ribbon tied in the front, and held in place by a…

This lady's bonnet is designed with a lace ribbon and includes a ribbon that ties around the head to hold the bonnet in place.

Lady's Bonnet

This lady's bonnet is designed with a lace ribbon and includes a ribbon that ties around the head to…

"An example in which the type of a particular head-gear is exhibited with no less of moderation than of accuracy." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Butterfly Head-dress

"An example in which the type of a particular head-gear is exhibited with no less of moderation than…

Boy's cap.

Cap

Boy's cap.

A covering for the head.

Cap

A covering for the head.

A covering for the head, especially one with a shaped crown and brim.

Dress Cap

A covering for the head, especially one with a shaped crown and brim.

A man's flat cap of the 16th Century.

16th Century Flat Cap

A man's flat cap of the 16th Century.

A man's flat cap of the 16th Century.

16th Century Flat Cap

A man's flat cap of the 16th Century.

"Cardinal, an ecclesiastical prince in the Roman Catholic Church, who has a voice in the conclave at the election of a pope, the popes being taken from the cardinals. The cardinals are appointed by the pope, and are divided into three classes or orders, comprising six bishops, fifty priests, and fourteen deacons making seventy at most." — Winston's Encyclopedia, 1919

Cardinal Hat

"Cardinal, an ecclesiastical prince in the Roman Catholic Church, who has a voice in the conclave at…

The crown of the Prince Consort.

Coronet of the Late Prince Consort

The crown of the Prince Consort.

A coronet of an English Duke.

Coronet

A coronet of an English Duke.

An illustration of a coronet. A coronet is a small crown consisting of ornaments fixed on a metal ring. Unlike a crown, a coronet never has arches.

Coronet

An illustration of a coronet. A coronet is a small crown consisting of ornaments fixed on a metal ring.…

A baron's crown.

Coronet

A baron's crown.

The official coronet of a European baron.

Baron's Coronet

The official coronet of a European baron.

The official coronet of a viscount, a member of the European nobility.

Viscount's Coronet

The official coronet of a viscount, a member of the European nobility.

The ceremonial mitre of the Archbishop Cranley, 1407.

Mitre of Archbishop Cranley

The ceremonial mitre of the Archbishop Cranley, 1407.

Crown

Crown

Crown

A wreath or garland, or any ornament encircling the head, especially as a badge of dignity or power.

Crown

A wreath or garland, or any ornament encircling the head, especially as a badge of dignity or power.

"Crowns were originally garlands of leaves; and in this form they have probably been used as an ornament for the head by almost every people. they were much used by both the classical nations of joyous and on solemn occasions." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Crown

"Crowns were originally garlands of leaves; and in this form they have probably been used as an ornament…

"Crowns were originally garlands of leaves; and in this form they have probably been used as an ornament for the head by almost every people. they were much used by both the classical nations of joyous and on solemn occasions." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Crown

"Crowns were originally garlands of leaves; and in this form they have probably been used as an ornament…

A crown.

Crown

A crown.

A royal crown.

Crown

A royal crown.

A royal crown.

Austrian Crown

A royal crown.

"The Eastern Crown, called also the Radiated and the Antique crown, is borne both as a crest and as a charge."—Aveling, 1891

Eastern Crown

"The Eastern Crown, called also the Radiated and the Antique crown, is borne both as a crest and as…

An illustration of an English crown.

English Crown

An illustration of an English crown.

An illustration of a gold crown created by "pure hammered gold cut into thin plates, attached to rings by double gold wires, and fastened together at the back with thin twisted wire" (Britannica, 1910).

Gold Crown

An illustration of a gold crown created by "pure hammered gold cut into thin plates, attached to rings…

A royal crown.

Imperial Crown

A royal crown.

A crown used for the coronation of emperors.

Imperial Crown

A crown used for the coronation of emperors.

"The mural crown is a circle of fold embattled, and it is associated with military success in sieges."—Aveling, 1891

Mural Crown

"The mural crown is a circle of fold embattled, and it is associated with military success in sieges."—Aveling,…

"The naval crown is a golden circle surmounted with sterns and square sails of ships, placed alternately."—Aveling, 1891

Naval Crown

"The naval crown is a golden circle surmounted with sterns and square sails of ships, placed alternately."—Aveling,…

An example of a Prussian crown.

Prussian Crown

An example of a Prussian crown.

A royal crown.

Royal Crown

A royal crown.

The state crown of Her Majesty the Queen.

State Crown

The state crown of Her Majesty the Queen.

"Diadems or head fillets of pure hammered gold cut into thin plates, attached to rings by double gold wires, and fastened together at the back with thin twisted wire." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Diadem

"Diadems or head fillets of pure hammered gold cut into thin plates, attached to rings by double gold…

This is an early 20th century hat display. It includes three hats, a long shawl, purse, and hat pins on a cushion. The hats have a netting material in the front for covering the face.

Hat Display

This is an early 20th century hat display. It includes three hats, a long shawl, purse, and hat pins…

A coronet of a duke.

Duke

A coronet of a duke.

A coronet of an earl.

Earl

A coronet of an earl.

Nineteenth century Egyptian female veil

Nineteenth century Egyptian female veil

Nineteenth century Egyptian female veil

sports.the protective equipment, usually made of steel or plastic, that guards the face, as the steel cage worn by a baseball catcher or the molded plastic covering worn by a hockey goalkeeper.

Elastic Facemask

sports.the protective equipment, usually made of steel or plastic, that guards the face, as the steel…

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

The coronet of Thomas FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel, A.D. 1445.

Coronet of Thomas FitzAlan

The coronet of Thomas FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel, A.D. 1445.

Iron Helmet used in the Gallic War with horns and a spiral decoration.

Gallic Iron Helmet

Iron Helmet used in the Gallic War with horns and a spiral decoration.

The traditional mitre of Bishop Goodryke.

Mitre of Bishop Goodryke

The traditional mitre of Bishop Goodryke.

This is a lady's gorget. It covers the head and wraps around the neck.

Lady's Gorget

This is a lady's gorget. It covers the head and wraps around the neck.

Grecian female head-dress

Grecian female head-dress

Grecian female head-dress

The traditional mitre of Archbishop Harnsett.

Mitre of Archbishop Harnsett

The traditional mitre of Archbishop Harnsett.