|Feathers||Hun's Cap and Crest||Helmets||Helmet Covers||Shields and Borders|
The legend which accompanies the blood-tipped feathers proposes that in 933 "a Bosian ancestor . . . distinguished himself in a defensive campaign against the Huns, and hence the 'blood-color' in our coat of arms and the 'Hun's cap' decoration (3)".
The feathers along with the upside down Hun's cap are called a crest.