There are a couple more types:
- A-bracteates (~92 specimens): showing the face of a human, modelled after antique imperial coins
- B-bracteates (~91 specimens): one to three human figures in standing, sitting or kneeling positions, often accompanied by animals
- C-bracteates (best represented, by ~426 specimens): showing a male's head above a quadruped, often interpreted as the Germanic god Woden.
- D-bracteates (~359 specimens): showing one or more highly stylized animals
- E-bracteates (~280 specimens): showing an animal triskele under a circular feature
- F-bracteates (~17 specimens): as a subgroup of the D-bracteates, showing an imaginary animal
- M-'bracteates' (~17 specimens): two-sided imitations of Roman imperial medallions