Difference between revisions of "Reserved charges"

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(*removed reference to 'a label of three points sable'*)
 
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* A [[fleam]], a razor-like implement used by surgeons in [[period]].  The fleam, in SCA usage, is used to denote a [[chirurgeon]] (first-aid volunteers).
 
* A [[fleam]], a razor-like implement used by surgeons in [[period]].  The fleam, in SCA usage, is used to denote a [[chirurgeon]] (first-aid volunteers).
 
* A [[Pelican in its piety]], the emblem of the [[Order of the Pelican]], displayed only by members of that Order.
 
* A [[Pelican in its piety]], the emblem of the [[Order of the Pelican]], displayed only by members of that Order.
* Certain [[cadency]] marks, such as a [[label of three points]] [[sable]], which are exclusively used on [[Kingdom]] arms to denote the [[Crown Prince]] and [[Crown Princess|Princess]].
 
  
 
Reserved charges should not be confused with [[restricted charge]]s: charges and devices not permitted ''at all'', for various reasons.
 
Reserved charges should not be confused with [[restricted charge]]s: charges and devices not permitted ''at all'', for various reasons.

Latest revision as of 20:58, 4 August 2008

Reserved Charges in the SCA are specific charges or devices which have a recognized and specific use within the SCA, usually as a badge of rank or office. Typically, such reservation restricts their use to specific Society-approved instances.

Examples include:

Reserved charges should not be confused with restricted charges: charges and devices not permitted at all, for various reasons.

For a complete list of reserved charges, please consult the SCA Armorial.