This gallery offers 288 ClipArt illustrations of complete coats of arms, including arms of famous historic figures. If you are looking for elements of a coat of arms, please view our charges, ordinaries, shield shapes, tunctures and furs, and other galleries.
The coat of arms for Christopher Columbus.
The coat of arms of the papacy and Roman Catholic church.
Spanish Coat of Arms
Coat-of-Arms of Columbus, the explorer.
Cobham of Kent bore Gules a cheveron gold with three fleurs-de- lys azure thereon.
Cockfield bore silver a three cocks gules.
Coleville of Bitham bore Gold a fesse gules
The coat of arms for the office that regulates heraldry and granting new armorial bearings.
Lilies with their stalks and leaves are in the grant of arms to Eton College
The coat of arms of Colombia.
Corbet bore Gold two corbies sable.
Hernan Cortes' Coat of Arms.
Cosington bore Azure three roses gold.
The coat of arms of Costa Rica.
Courtenay bore Silver three roundels gules with a label azure.
Cowdray bore Gules billety gold
Crevequer of Kent bore "Gold a voided cross gules
John Cromwell (14th century) bore Silver a chiefe gules with a baston gobony of gold and azure.
"An egg-shaped, ornamental, covered cup, with a circular pedestal and base."—Aveling, 1891
The coat of arms of Albrecht Dürer.
Dacre bore Gules three scallops silver.
Davillers bore at the battle of Boroughbridge Silver three scoheons gules
Devereux bore Gulles a fesse silver with three roundels silver in the chiefe.
The coat of arms of Dominican Republic.
Drake, blazoned by Tudor heralds as a wyvern, is clearly a fire-drake or dragon in his origin
Drury bore Silver a cheif vert with a Saint Anthony's cross gold between two golden molets, pierced…
"The Arms of the Duke of Argyll." — Chambers, 1881
The seal of Lord John Murray of Dunmore.
The Coat of Arms of Ecuador.
Heraldry representing the city of Edinburgh, Scotland.
The heraldic shield of King Edward I of England, reigning from 1272 to 1307.
The heraldic shield of King Edward III of England.
The Coat of Arms of Egypt.
Mayster Elwett of Yorke chyre in a 15th-century roll bears Silver a saltire of chains sable with a crescent…
The herald for England bore Gulles three lions' legs razed silver, the paws downward. With the strange…
Erpingham bore Vert a scocheon silver with an orle or border) of silver martlets
Ever or Eure bore quarterly gold and gules with the addition of a bend sable with three silver scallops…
Fauconer bore Silver three falcons gules.
Filbrigge of Fillbrigge bore Gold a leaping lion gules
Fenwick bore Silver a chiefe gules with six martlets countercoloured
Ferlington bore Gules three pales vair and a chiefe gold
Fiennes bore Azure three lions gold.
Fishacre bore Gules a dolphin silver.
Fitzalan, earl of Arundel bore Gules a lion gold.
Fitzwilliam bore Lozengy silver and gules
Fotheringhay bore Silver two lions passant sable, looking backward.
Fauconberg bore Gold a fesse azure with three pales gules in the chiefe
Adam Fraunceys (14th century) bore Party gold and sable bendwise with a lion countercoloured. The parting…
"The Star is the badge, first ordered by Charles I. The rays are of silver or diamonds. The star is…
Gascoigne bore Silver a pale sable with a golden conger's head thereon, cut off at the shoulder.
Gavaston, earl of Cornwall, bore Vert six eagles gold.
Gentil bore Gold a chiefe sable with two molets goles pierced gules
The Arms of Saint George
Hugh Giffard (14th century) bore Gules with an engrailed fret of ermine.
William Gobioun (14th century) bore A bend between two waxing moons.
Graunson bore Paly silver and azure with a bend gules and three golden eagles thereon.
Grayndorge bore Party ermine and vert, the vert dropped with gold.
The Coat of Arms of Great Britain.
The Coat of Arms of Greece.
John Greyby bore Ermine two flaunches azure with six golden wheat-ears