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Infobox herald
Heraldic tradition[[Heraldry#{{{tradition}}} heraldry|]]
Governing body[[]]
Chief officer[[]], [[]]
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This template is for use on articles about heralds and heraldic authorities, most commonly officers of arms. The infobox may be added by pasting the template as shown below into an article and then filling in the desired fields. Any parameters left blank or omitted will not be displayed.

Blank template with all parametersEdit

{{Infobox herald
|image          = 
|image_size     = 
|caption        = 
|tradition      = 
|jurisdiction   = 
|authority      = 
|officername    = 
|officertitle   = 
|formerofficers =
|formerofficeN  =
|formerofficerN =

Infobox herald
Coat of Arms of the Lord Lyon King of Arms.svg
The arms of office of Lord Lyon King of Arms
Heraldic traditionGallo-British
Governing bodyCourt of the Lord Lyon
Chief officerJoseph Morrow (Lord Lyon), Lord Lyon King of Arms


Parameter Explanation
image The 'naked' filename of the image, e.g. CoatOfArmsOfSomewhere.jpg.
image_size Size for the image, without the "px" e.g. 200. Optional, defaults to 150.
caption Caption for the image.
tradition Links to the relevant subheading at Heraldry#National styles. Will automatically wikilink to subhead; only the following parameters may be used: German-Nordic, Dutch, Gallo-British, Latin, Central and Eastern European.
jurisdiction Links to geographical area of responsibility. i.e. College of Arms in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
authority National heraldic authority, if applicable. Will automatically wikilink. If the target link has had to be disambiguated via brackets, input the name as if you were going to pipe it, but omit the square brackets. E.g. Arms college (Somewheristan){{!}}Somewheristan college of Arms (Note: {{!}} takes the place of a | for piping within a template).
officername Name of the chief heraldic officer of the country, if applicable. Will wikilink. If used, must include the title of the officer as well.
officertitle Title of the chief heraldic officer of the country, if applicable. Will wikilink. May be used independently of the officer name.
formerofficers Name of previous chief heraldic officers of the country, holding the same office as the current chief.
formeroffice1, formeroffice2, ... formeroffice5 Names of offices previously charged with heraldry
formerofficer1 ... 5 Names of former chief heraldic officers of the country under previous offices. Successive chiefs of the same office should be listed together, separated by <br>.