The Roll of Arms:
- Personal Arms
- Corporate Arms
- Royal Arms
- State Arms
Apply to register your coat of arms in The Chinese Armorial
The Chinese Armorial
中 紋 章 籍
A Registry of coats of arms, badges, and heraldic devices used by persons of Chinese heritage
The Rolls of Personal Arms, Corporate Arms, and State Arms are now open.
Coming soon: royal arms.
The coat of arms of The Chinese Armorial.
Latest Updates / Changes:
|September 14, 2013
||Coats of arms of Alfred Freddy Krupa registered.
|July 27, 2013
||Coats of arms, badge, and standard of Francis Graham Kelly, his son Andrew Edward C. Kelly, and grandson Riley James Kelly registered.
|July 10, 2013
||The coat of arms of Singapore, 1959 - present, added to the Roll of State Arms.
|July 8, 2013
||The Roll of State Arms opened with the coat of arms of Hong Kong, 1959-1997.
|July 1, 2013
||Coats of arms of Christopher David Kelly and his son Dinglong Ng Zhang registered.
|June 2, 2013
||The Chinese Armorial is now issuing registration certificates of heraldic devices, free of cost to the armiger.
|May 18, 2013
||The Chinese Armorial assumed a coat of arms of its own.
The Chinese Armorial: non-graphic and non-blazon contents copyright (c) 2011-2013, by Derwin Mak
last update: September 15, 2013