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In heraldry, the label is sub-ordinary in the shape of a horizontal line with three short lines (occasionally five) protruding from the bottom of it. It almost always appears on the chief of the shield.

When used as a brisure a label of three points indicates that the arms in question are carried by the eldest son of the arms-holder.