This gallery offers 290 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.

Coat of Arms, Saxony

The Great Seal of Saxony

Coat of Arms, Saxony

Coat of Arms, Schleswig-Holstein

The Great Seal of Schleswig-Holstein

Coat of Arms, Schleswig-Holstein

Coat of Arms, Switzerland

The Great Seal of Switzerland

Coat of Arms, Switzerland

Coat of Arms, Würtemburg

The Great Seal of Würtemberg

Coat of Arms, Würtemburg

The seal of the Seminole Nation.

Seminole Seal

The seal of the Seminole Nation.

The Coat of Arms of Serbia.

Serbian Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Serbia.

Seymour bore gules a lure of two golden wings

Seymour

Seymour bore gules a lure of two golden wings

Sheffield bore Ermine a cheveron gules between three sheaves gold

Sheffield

Sheffield bore Ermine a cheveron gules between three sheaves gold

Shelley bore Sable a fesse engrailed between three whelk-shells gold.

Shelley

Shelley bore Sable a fesse engrailed between three whelk-shells gold.

"Example of shield, from the Abbey Church of St. Alban."—Aveling, 1891

Heraldic Shield

"Example of shield, from the Abbey Church of St. Alban."—Aveling, 1891

Siggeston bore Silver a two-headed eagle sable.

Siggeston

Siggeston bore Silver a two-headed eagle sable.

"Arms of Sixtus IV. and Julius II. (Della Rovere)" — Young, 1901

Sixtus IV

"Arms of Sixtus IV. and Julius II. (Della Rovere)" — Young, 1901

"Arms of Sixtus V (Peretti)." — Young, 1901

Sixtus V

"Arms of Sixtus V (Peretti)." — Young, 1901

Bishop of Durham, the son of basket weaver, bore Silver a cross of three upright wattles sable, crossed and interwoven by three more

Skirlaw

Bishop of Durham, the son of basket weaver, bore Silver a cross of three upright wattles sable, crossed…

The coat of arms of Captain John Smith.

Smith's Coat of Arms

The coat of arms of Captain John Smith.

The Coat of Arms of Spain.

Spanish Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Spain.

"Achievement of Arms of Humphrey Stafford, A.D. 1460. From his Garter-Plate at Windsor."—Aveling, 1891

Shield of Humphrey Stafford

"Achievement of Arms of Humphrey Stafford, A.D. 1460. From his Garter-Plate at Windsor."—Aveling,…

Stourton bore Sable a bend gold between six fountains. The fountain is a rounded charged with waves of white and blue

Stourton

Stourton bore Sable a bend gold between six fountains. The fountain is a rounded charged with waves…

Stellery bore Paly silver and azure

Strelley

Stellery bore Paly silver and azure

William Stroker, who died Lord Mayor of London in 1484, bore Gironny of six pieces azure and silver with three popinjays in the silver pieces

Stroker

William Stroker, who died Lord Mayor of London in 1484, bore Gironny of six pieces azure and silver…

The Coat of Arms of Sweden.

Swedish Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Sweden.

Talbot of Lancashire had three purple squirrels in a silver shield.

Talbot

Talbot of Lancashire had three purple squirrels in a silver shield.

Tracy bore Gold two bends gules with scallops sable in the chiefe between the bends.

Tracy

Tracy bore Gold two bends gules with scallops sable in the chiefe between the bends.

Trussel bore Silver fretty gules, the joints bezanty.

Trussel

Trussel bore Silver fretty gules, the joints bezanty.

The heraldic badge of Arthur Tudor, the son of King Henry VII of England.

Badge of Arthur Tudor

The heraldic badge of Arthur Tudor, the son of King Henry VII of England.

"Shield and supporters of Jaspar Tudor, K.G., Earl of Pembroke in 1452 and in 1485 Duke of Bedford; second son of Queen Catherine and Owen Tudor."—Aveling, 1891

Shield of Jaspar Tudor

"Shield and supporters of Jaspar Tudor, K.G., Earl of Pembroke in 1452 and in 1485 Duke of Bedford;…

Twenge bore Silver a fesse gules between three popinjays (or parrots) vert

Twenge

Twenge bore Silver a fesse gules between three popinjays (or parrots) vert

Nicholas Upton, the 15th-century writer on armory, bore Silver a saltire sable with the ends couped and five golden rings thereon.

Upton

Nicholas Upton, the 15th-century writer on armory, bore Silver a saltire sable with the ends couped…

"Arms of Urban VIII. (Barberini)" — Young, 1901

Urban VIII

"Arms of Urban VIII. (Barberini)" — Young, 1901

The Coat of Arms of Uruguay.

Uruguay Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Uruguay.

Vampage bore azure an eagle silver within a flowered tressure silver.

Vampage

Vampage bore azure an eagle silver within a flowered tressure silver.

The Coat of Arms of Venezuela.

Venezuelan Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Venezuela.

The heraldic shield of Robert de Vere, close advisor of King Richard II of England.

Shield of Robert de Vere

The heraldic shield of Robert de Vere, close advisor of King Richard II of England.

The heraldic shield of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.

Shield of Queen Victoria

The heraldic shield of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.

Vincent bore Azure three quarterfoils silver.

Vincent

Vincent bore Azure three quarterfoils silver.

Wake bore Gold two bars gules with three roundels gules in chief.

Wake

Wake bore Gold two bars gules with three roundels gules in chief.

Wallop bore Silver a bend wavy sable.

Wallop

Wallop bore Silver a bend wavy sable.

Warenne bore Checky gold and azure

Warenne

Warenne bore Checky gold and azure

John La Warr Gules crusily silver with a silver lion.

La Warr

John La Warr Gules crusily silver with a silver lion.

"Arms of the Washington family."—Lossing, 1851

Washington Arms

"Arms of the Washington family."—Lossing, 1851

The coat of arms of George Washington, President of the United States of America from 1789 to 1797, were first used to identify the family in the twelfth century, when one of George Washington's ancestors took possession of Washington Old Hall, then in County Durham, in north-east England.

Washington Arms

The coat of arms of George Washington, President of the United States of America from 1789 to 1797,…

The Coat of Arms of George Washington's family. It is said to be in inspiration of the stars and stripes on the flag of the United States.

Washington Family Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of George Washington's family. It is said to be in inspiration of the stars and stripes…

The coat of arms of George Washington, President of the United States of America from 1789 to 1797, were first used to identify the family in the twelfth century, when one of George Washington's ancestors took possession of Washington Old Hall, then in County Durham, in north-east England.

Combined Arms of the Washington Family

The coat of arms of George Washington, President of the United States of America from 1789 to 1797,…

The coat of arms of Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington.

Arms of Duke of Wellington

The coat of arms of Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington.

"The male figure is that of Sir John de Weston, of Weston-Lizars, in Staffordshire, and Isabel his wife, whose paternal name was Bromley. In three quarterfoils beneath the figures are shields: the first contains the arms of Weston, sable, and eagle displayed or, with a lable argent, fretty gules; the centre shield is argent, fretty gules; that under the lady is formed entirely of the colours of her arms disposed quarterly, and parted horizontally, or fessways, by the line dancette." -Hall, 1862

Weston Coat of Arms

"The male figure is that of Sir John de Weston, of Weston-Lizars, in Staffordshire, and Isabel his wife,…

Whitegrave of Staffordshire Nine pieces of Azure and of Stafford's arms which are gold with cheveron gules.

Whitegrave

Whitegrave of Staffordshire Nine pieces of Azure and of Stafford's arms which are gold with cheveron…

Willoughby bore Gulles a mill-rind cross silver

Willoughby

Willoughby bore Gulles a mill-rind cross silver

The Coat of Arms of Wurtemberg.

Wurtemberg Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms of Wurtemberg.

Wyville bore Gules fretty vair with a chief gold.

Wyville

Wyville bore Gules fretty vair with a chief gold.

Zouche bore Gules bezantry with a quarter ermine

Zouche

Zouche bore Gules bezantry with a quarter ermine