The “Coptic cross” is a motif found in Christian art in Ethiopia and Egypt. The term has been applied in modern times to several cross motifs; the illustrated form is the one accepted for Society use. It has not been found in mundane heraldry.
Stephen of Bellamy bears: Argent, a Coptic cross sable within a bordure embattled gules.
Cionaodh na Cairrce mac Cosgraigh bears: Gules, a Coptic cross throughout, a bordure argent.
Passchyer Bisscop bears: Argent, a Coptic cross purpure.