Holub (Golub) 2 ( Polish: Hołub , Ukrainian: Golub ) is an ancient noble ( gentry ) coat of arms of Polish , Ukrainian, and Lithuanian nobles, including about 10 surnames, mainly of the Golubov family.
Coat of Arms History
Presumably formed by substituting the main symbols of the coat of arms of Holub I. In the Polish arms of different times there are various interpretations of the main symbol of the coat of arms. Other names for the coat of arms: “Syrokomlya Kholubov” (similarity to the main figure of the arms of Syrokomlya and Abdank ) or “Three Crocuses” (translated from Ukrainian and Polish “croqua” - rafters, the main symbol of the coat of arms Abdank resembles a rafter ).
“On the red field - the main figure of the coat of arms, made in white - on a figure that looks like a“ double B “, a hook (arrow) with one edge is superimposed. Above the shield, a helmet decorated with the princes crown, on the helmet kleinode is the same basic figure ”  .
It consists of two vertically connected rafters wrapped downward, used during the construction of houses with a military sign on them. The field is blue, and the rafters are silver  .
Coat of arms of Holub 2 belonged to:
- Yuri Golub (Holub) , Cossack colonel of the times of the Ukrainian-Polish liberation war
- Piekosinski F. O dynastycznem szlahty polskiej pohodzeniu. - Krakowie, 1888 .-- S. 230.
- Lakier A.B. § 91, No. 127 // Russian heraldry . - 1855.