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The per bend sinister is the "blazon" (heraldic speak) words for the picture shown - for dividing a coat of arms into two colours along a diagonal line sloping in that particular direction. I suggest you follow a few links to some of teh other articles on [[heraldry]], [[blazon]] and [[line divisions]]. You may especially want to read on the sections on "colours" and "metals".

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what does the "per bend sinister mean"? I am doing a coat of arms for my final project and i need to write an explaination for what i have chosen and being the person i am I drew out my coat fo arms first and didnt realise what I was doing ment something.. haha alright your help would be much appricated E-mail me at KHROXYCHICK99@aol.com

Thanks! Kim

The per bend sinister is the "blazon" (heraldic speak) words for the picture shown - for dividing a coat of arms into two colours along a diagonal line sloping in that particular direction. I suggest you follow a few links to some of teh other articles on heraldry, blazon and line divisions. You may especially want to read on the sections on "colours" and "metals".