I am looking for an image of Kürsch to use here in a table similar to the one here. I think the best depiction I have seen here of Kürsch is this one, but I would like it without anything else on it, if that is possible. Please let me know if you can help. Thanks! Wilhelm meis (talk) 13:14, 27 March 2009 (UTC)
- Danke, aber ich möchte deutlich Kürsch, ohne andere Figur. Diese Abbildung hier hat einen Pfahl. Können Sie den Pfahl ablösen? Grüße! Wilhelm meis (talk) 12:50, 5 April 2009 (UTC)
There seems to be a problem regarding the description and/or licensing of this particular file. It has been found that you've added in the image's description only a Template that's not a license and although it provides useful information about the image, it's not a valid license. Could you please resolve this problem, adding the license in the image linked above? You can edit the description page and change the text. Uploading a new version of the file does not change the description of the file. This page may give you more hints on which license to choose. Thank you.
Czesc, a jednak trafiłem :) Mam nadzieję, że dojechałeś szczęśliwie, do zobaczenia, pozdrawiam serdecznie 188.8.131.52 13:18, 6 June 2010 (UTC)
- It's a delicate point, but if a blazon is specifying detail colors in order to make a complex multi-colored charge simulate how it appears in nature, then that's pretty much equivalent to "proper". By the way, the arms of England Gules, with three lions passant guardant in pale or armed and langued azure is not generally considered to violate the rule of tincture, even though blue claws appear against a red background! AnonMoos (talk) 22:26, 17 January 2013 (UTC)
That's really not the way that heraldic categories have been named in the past. Unfortunately it seems to be redundant to Category:Hammer and pick in heraldry. Also, if a coat of arms has a crossed hammer, then it should be a subcategory of Category:Hammers in heraldry, Category:Crossed objects in heraldry etc. AnonMoos (talk) 00:24, 20 January 2013 (UTC)