Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Bosnia Coat of arms of belonging to the Royal Family Kotromanić Coat of arms of belonging to the family of the last Queen of Bosnia Katarina Kosača (Cosacichc)
Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Bosnia during the reign King Tvrtko I of the Royal Family Kotromanić Coat of arms of belonging to the Bosnian Royal Family Kotromanić Coat of arms of belonging to the family of the last Queen of Bosnia Katarina Kosača (Cosacichc)
Bosnian Coat of Arms as described in Fojnica Coat of Arms collection Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Bosnia, depicted from the perspective of the Dutch cartographer Joan Blaeu in times when the Kingdom was occupied by the Ottoman Empire Banate of Bosnia Coat of Arms from mid XII century to 1463
Bosnian Coat of Arms as described in Fojnica Coat of Arms collection Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Bosnia, depicted from the perspective of the Dutch cartographer Joan Blaeu in times when the Kingdom was occupied by the Ottoman Empire Banate of Bosnia Coat of Arms from mid XII century to 1463
Coat of Arms of Bosnia from 1890-1908 The escutcheon assigned to Herzegovina during the late 19th century as a territory of the Hungarian Crown Coat of Arms of Bosnia from 1908-1918
Coat of Arms of Bosnia from 1890-1908 The escutcheon assigned to Herzegovina during the late 19th century as a territory of the Hungarian Crown Coat of Arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1908-1918
Bosnian Coat of arms from 1946 to 1992 Bosnian Coat of arms from 1992 to 1998 Bosnian Coat of arms from 1998
Coat of Arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Yugoslavia era 1946 - 1992 Coat of arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1992-1998 Coat of arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1998-Present
Coat of Arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina found in the publication from the National museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1890 Bosnian Coat of arms found in Stematografija armorial from 1741 Coat of arms of Herzegovina found in Stematografija armorial from 1741
Coat of Arms of Bosnia and Herzegovina found in Quarterly publication from the National museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina "Glasnik zemaljskog muzeja u Bosni i Hercegovini" 1890 Coat of arms found in Virgila Solisa, Ulrich Richental and Stematografija armorials from 15. and 16. Century. It is a fictitious Bosnian Coat of arms aimed to show Duke's (Hrvoje Vukčić) betrayal of Christianity and Bosnia-Herzegovina as a exotic and pagan land. Coat of arms of Herzegovina found in Stematografija armorial from 1741
Kingdom of Bosnia and Royal Family Kotromanić Coat of Arms Bosnian Coat of Arms found on the cover of Bosnia and Herzegovina, some wayside wanderings 1910 (1909) Die Ehrenpforte für Kaiser Maximilian I., Wappen 1-12, oberer Abschluss des Stammbaums und Wappen 58-69 (Springinklee). Anschluss unten s. Karton 27. 
Kingdom of Bosnia and Royal Family Kotromanić Coat of Arms as shown in the publication from the National museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina "Glasnik zemaljskog muzeja u Bosni i Hercegovini" 1906 Bosnian Coat of Arms found on the cover of Bosnia and Herzegovina, some wayside wandering by Maude M. Holbach and Otto Holbach (1910 [1909]) Die Ehrenpforte für Kaiser Maximilian I., Wappen 1-12, oberer Abschluss des Stammbaums und Wappen 58-69 (Springinklee). Anschluss unten s. Karton 27.

 


References:

1. Fojnički Grbovnik (armorial); dated at 2nd half of the XVII Century.
2. The Illyrian Armorial (Society of Antiquaries of London MS.54); dated at XVI Century.
3. Ohmućevićev grbovnik (armorial); dated between the year 1584 and 1594.
4. Palinićev grbovnik (armorial);
5. Beogradski grbovnik II (armorial); dated at around the year 1590.
6. Publication from the National museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Glasnik zemaljskog muzeja u Bosni i Hercegovini); Book I, II, III and IV / year 1890 / Page 1
7. Illyrian heraldry, Virgil Solis, "Wappenbuchlein"; year 1555
8. Toma Mesmer/Hristofor Zefarovic - Stematografija; year 1741; (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
9. Publication from the National museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Glasnik zemaljskog muzeja u Bosni i Hercegovini); Book IV / year 1906 / Page 431,
10. Die Ehrenpforte für Kaiser Maximilian I., Wappen 1-12, oberer Abschluss des Stammbaums und Wappen 58-69 (Springinklee). Anschluss unten s. Karton 27.