Arms of Ludwigsburg, Germany

Granted 1718; in use since 1495, though the arms may have indicated a larger region than the present town

Blazon: Azure a staff in bend sinister gules tipped with a spearhead and supporting a pennon or charged with an eagle displayed sable armed and langued of the second


Arms of Attendorf, Austria

Granted 1992

Blazon: Gules four lozenges conjoined in fess azure, each charged with a bordure and cross or; in chief three flax leaves palewise, tips to the chief and in base as many grapevine leaves also palewise, tips to the base, all of the last

Arms of Louis II de Melun

Prince of Epinay and baron of Antoing 1704-1724, count of Saint-Pol 1705-1724, duke of Joyeuse 1714-1724, baron of Cysoing and Viviers, viscount of Gand and Châtelain de Bapaume (1694-1724)

Blazon: Azure a chief or and seven bezants 3, 3, and 1


Arms of Barrundia, Spain

In use since at least 1988

Blazon: Per quarterly I or an oak tree eradicated surmounted by a fox passant all proper, II gules a castle triple-towered argent windowed sable, III azure two arrows in saltire, points in base or, IV gules five leaves erect argent


Arms of Löchgau, Germany

Granted 1980

Blazon: Azure a letter L and in the sinister a molet of six points or


As if a Gentleman of coat-armor, shall marry a wife, of ungentle lineage, she enjoyeth by the courtesy of the laws, the name, title, and dignity, of her husband, but not the bearing of his Arms.

– From The Blazon of Gentrie by Sir John Ferne (1586), p62


Arms of Asten, Austria

Granted 1974

Blazon: Azure an anchor or between two coins* argent

*The coins are representations of a specific silver denarius issued by King Ludwig IV