Contains sites which concern the study and art of heraldry and heraldic coats of arms. Commercial services and retail sites are not listed here and should be submitted to Top: Society: Genealogy: Products and Services: Heraldry or to Top: Shopping: Recreation: Genealogy: Heraldry, as appropriate.
An illustrated heraldic dictionary by James Parker which was first published in 1894.
Information on heraldry as it is used in and by the Catholic church.
Coats of arms or badges for over 380 English and Welsh civil authorities.
Coats of arms from the Cathar crusade in the 13th century. [English/French]
Includes a history of heraldry through the Renaissance, information on officers of arms in England and a primer of blazonry.
Features articles, a bibliography, and a forum on North American heraldry. [French/English]
FAQs, introductions to heraldic concepts and terms, an illustrated glossary and information on heraldry within various countries and groups.
Potential symbolic meanings of heraldic charges, with a special focus on Irish heraldry.
Armorial of Polish Nobility and information about Polish Royalty.
An FAQ for the Usenet group rec.heraldry.
Arms of members of the Usenet newsgroup rec.heraldry and others of interest to that group.
The articles and basic information on the Russian armorial heritage and the current heraldic practice in Russia.
Concerns the art, history and symbolism of heraldry, and the history, politics, books, cinema and television to which heraldry has thematic links.
Based on user-provided information creates an image of a simple coat of arms.
Describes to whom the right to bear a coat of arms belongs.
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