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Examples of sable-on-gules armory on WikiMedia Commons
Escutcheon Armiger Type Origin Year attested Alternate
Coat of arms of Albania.svg Albania National Albanian 1912 Flag of Albanian Provisional Government (Jun-Nov 1912).svg
Wapen Amsterdam.svg Amsterdam Town Dutch 1804–1814 Blason Amsterdam Empire.svg
Einsiedeln-coat of arms.svg Einsiedeln Municipal Swiss Einsiedeln MG 2733.JPG
Coa Kastrioti Family.svg Kastrioti Royal
(Principality)
Albanian 1389–1444
Malvagna-Stemma.gif Malvagna Municipal Italian
Wappen Landkreis Wittenberg.svg Wittenberg Municipal German 1994
POL Zambrów COA.svg Zambrów Town Polish 1999
Examples of SCA-registered arms with sable on gules or gules on sable
Escutcheon Armiger Type Origin Year attested Blazon
[1] Kára Báreksdóttir Personal An Tir 1997 Per fess argent and gules a reindeer lodged sable.
[2] Sophie Xylander Personal West 1985 Gules, a seal naiant to sinister, its tail reflexed above its head, proper, within a bordure sable fimbriated Or.
[3] Maythen Gervaise Personal West 1980 Per bend sinister sable and Or, a dragon counter-passant reguardant, wings addorsed, gules.
[4] Annanias Fenne Personal AEthelmearc 2002 Per bend argent and sable, a rose and a chief gules.
Examples of sable-on-gules armory appearing in medieval rolls of arms [5]
Escutcheon Armiger Source Origin Year attested Blazon
[6] [7] MANDACH Zurich Roll Switzerland 1340 (circa) Per fess gules and sable, in chief a Moor's head sable.
[8] [9] SCHARPFENBERG Zurich Roll Switzerland 1340 (circa) Argent, a crown sable studded gules.
[10] [11] EZELMARX Zurich Roll Switzerland 1340 (circa) Gules, a pair of arms palewise embowed hands appaumy proper vested sable issuant from a trimount issuant from base Or.
[12] [13] 423 Zurich Roll Switzerland 1340 (circa) Gules, a lion rampant per fess sable and argent.
Beier von Boppard-Scheibler365ps.jpg Baie von Boppart Schlieber Armorial Holy Roman Empire 1450–1600 [Blazoning only quarters 2 & 3]: Gules, a sinister arm issuant from sinister chief vested sable trimmed maintaining in the hand a ring Or.
[14] 212r Ortenburger Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1466–1473 Sable, a bull passant gules attired Or.
[15] Maia Chefe, Armas de Livro do Armeiro-Mor Portugal 1509 Gules, an eagle sable.
[16] Ulrich Rösch, Abbot St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 1084 Holy Roman Empire 1462–1491 Gules, an eagle sable, impaled with argent, in pale three roses proper.
[17] Wagrien Großes Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1583 Gules a bull's head affronty sable armed and ringed Or.
[18] Jullianus Cesarini, Cardinal Großes Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1583 Gules, a column argent in front of a dog sable chained to the column argent.
Siebmacher055.jpg Von Kesslitz Siebmachers Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1605 Per bend gules and sable, a bend between a mullet of six argent and a mullet of six gules.
Siebmacher055.jpg Von Gellhorn Siebmachers Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1605 Argent, on a bend gules three drinking horns sable.
Siebmacher161.jpg Die Zimmer Siebmachers Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1605 Per pale gules and sable, two fishhooks addorsed counterchanged.
Siebmacher162.jpg Von Berbisdorf Siebmachers Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1605 Per pale gules and sable, two arms embowed vested sable and gules maintaining a ducal cornet with a mullet of six points conjoined to the top of the coronet Or.
Siebmacher167.jpg Von Homberg Siebmachers Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1605 Per fess sable and argent, a lion gules and three billets? sable.
Siebmacher182.jpg Von Radenhausen Siebmachers Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1605 Per pale gules and sable, an eagle displayed counterchanged.
Siebmacher206.jpg Die Grolandt Siebmachers Wappenbuch Holy Roman Empire 1605 Sable, a rose gules conjoined to three feather in pall azure.
[19] Michiell van Watersoen Wapenboek Beyeren Netherlands 1581 Argent on a chief indented gules, in dexter in pale two lions passant sable.