Cypher charges are peculiar abstract designs, runic rather than pictorial in nature. They were most frequently found in Polish armory, where they date from at least the 14th Century [Gelre 54], and in German hausmarken. In many cases, they were not (and are not) blazonable in standard Western European heraldic terminology, but may still be blazonable by their parts, conjoined: cypher charges which can be so blazoned are permitted in Society armory.
Antek Ignatovich bears: Azure, a cross couped of three crossbars, missing the dexter base arm, a bordure embattled argent.
Aron Niedźwiedź bears as a badge: In pale a cross couped between and conjoined to two chevronels couped sable.
Jan Janowicz Bogdanski bears as a badge: A horseshoe ensigned with a cross couped fitchy azure.