Argent, a heart imperially crowned proper[i.e. gules, crowned gold] on a chief azure three mullets of the field--DOUGLAS.
[This crowned heart is said to an augmentation in memory of Sir James Douglas, who undertook to carry the heart of King Robert, call the Bruce, to the Holy Land to be buried there in the year 1328.]
Argent, a chief sable in fesse a human heart gules--Edmund SCAMLER, Bp. of Peterborough, 1561; Bp. of Norwich, 1585-94.
Gules, a body-heart, between two wings displayed or--Henry de WENGHAM, Bishop of London, 1259-62.
Argent, a heart gules within a fetterlock sable; on a chief azure, three boar's heads erased argent--LOCKHEART.
Per fesse wavy or and vert; in chief a human heart emitting flames of fire proper between two crosses crosslet sable; in base an anchor erect of the last--WADE, co. Durham.
Azure, a fesse or; over all on a pile argent three hearts gules, two and one--KEAN, Ireland.
Argent, three hearts flammant gules--HEART, Scotland.
Or, three bars wavy gules; over all a human heart counterchanged--DRUMMOND, co. Perth.