Arms of Bungay Town Council, England


Granted 1953

Blazon: Barry wavy of six vert and argent a Norfolk wherry in full sail proper flying a pennon gules, a chief or a port between two towers sable charged with an escutcheon of the fourth a cross of the third

Crest: On a wreath of the colors a dog courant sable* upon a ray of lightning fesswise gules

Mantling: Vert lined or

Motto: Moribus antiquis pareamus (Let us ever hold fast to the old virtues.)

*A representation of the Black Dog of Bungay; legend has it the Devil appeared in the town in the form of a black dog to wreak havoc.



Arms of Bad Deutsch-Altenburg, Austria

Bad Deutsch-Altenberg

Granted 1967

Blazon: Per fess I per pale argent a castle sable and or a representation of the local church sable and argent, II gules a column per pale sable and argent issuing three streams of water or


Arms of Charles de Sainte-Maure


Baron of Salles and Puigné, count of Bergheim, baron, later marquis, later duke of Montausier 1664-1690 (1610-1690)

Blazon: Argent a fess gules


Arms of Albatana, Spain


In use since at least 1991

Blazon: Or from the sea in base barry wavy azure and argent three mounts proper, issuant therefrom as many sprigs vert, all within a bordure of the field charged with four saffron flowers slipped gules


Arms of Edingen-Neckarhausen, Germany


Granted 1977

Blazon: Per pale argent a cross gyronny fitchy gules and sable a lion rampant double-queued or, armed and langued of the second