This gallery offers 291 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.
John Greyby bore Ermine two flaunches azure with six golden wheat-ears
Griffin bore the hinder parts of a lion, the rest of him is eagle, head and shoulders, wings and fore…
Grimston bore Silver a fesse sable and thereon three molets silver pierced gules
The Coat of Arms of Guatemala.
Haggerston bore Azure a bend with cotices silver and three billets sable on the bend.
The Coat of Arms of Haiti.
John Hampton, a celebrated English patriot. PIctured are his coat of arms.
Andrew Harcla, the march-warden, whom Edward II made an earl and executed as a traitor, bore the arms…
Harcourt bore Gules two bars gold.
Harley bore Gold a bend with two cotices sable
Harpeden bore Silver a pierced molet gules
Hastang bore Azure a chiefe gules and a lion with a forked tail over all.
"Shield of John de Hastings, K.G., Earl of Pembroke, Quatering De Hastings and De Valence, and impaling…
The heraldic shield and crown of Henry III of England.
The heraldic shield of Henry V, Prince of Wales.
Hervey bore Gules a bend silver with three trefoils vert thereon.
Hilton of Westmoreland bore Sable three rings gold and two saltires silver in the chiefe.
Hilton bore Silver three chaplets or garlands or red roses.
Hollis bore Black piles in the ermine shield
An illustration of the coat of arms of the Holy See with a crosier, processional cross, and some decorative…
hondescote bore Ermine a border gules or Gules a scocheon ermine.
The Coat of Arms of Honduras.
Howard bore Silver a bend between six crosslets fitchy gules
The heraldic shield of the British Howard family, after its augmentation.
An illustration of the coat of arms of the Hudson Bay Company.
Hurlestone of Cheshire bore " Silver a cross of four ermine tails sable."
Ingilby of Yorkshire bore Sable a star silver
"Arms of Innocent VIII. (Cibo)" — Young, 1901
"Quartered shield of arms borne by Isabella, Queen of Edward II."—Aveling, 1891
The Coat of Arms of Italy.
Kenton bore Gules three lions' head razed sable.
"KNIGHT AND BARONET. A degree of honour next to a baron, created by King James I. to induce the English…
Henry of Lancaster, second son of Edmund Crouchback, bore the arms of his cousin, the King of England,…
Latimer bore Gulles a cross patty gold
Leyburne of Kent bore Azure six lions silver.
Lisle bore Gules a leopard silver crowned gold.
Longchamp bore Ermine three crescents gules pierced silver.
The heraldic shield of William Longspée, the 3rd Earl of Salisbury.
The heraldic seal of the Dauphin Louis in 1216.
Lovett of Astwell has three running wolves
Lucy bore Gules three luces (or pike) silver.
The Stanleys, as Kings of man, quartered the famous three-armed legs whirling mill-sail fashion
"Arms of Martin V." — Young, 1901
Mauley bore Gold a bend sable
Melton bore Silver a Tolouse cross gules. By giving this cross a name form the counts of Toulouse, it's…
The Coat of Arms of Mexico.
The mill-rind, which it takes its name from the iron of a mill stone- fer de moline
The Coat of Arms of Monaco.
The heraldic shield of Sir Edward de Montague.
Monfort of Whitchurch bore Bendy of ten pieces gold and azure.
Monthermer bore Gold an eagle vert
Mortimer of Norfolk bore gold powdered with fleur-de-lys sable
Sir Ralph Mounchensy bore in the 14th century Silver a chevron between three billets sable on the bend
Plumetty of gold and purple for Mydlam of Coverdale
Nauton bore Sable three martlets silver
The Coat of Arms of the Netherlands.
The heraldic crest of Newcombe.
The Coat of Arms of Nicaragua.