Arms of Oftersheim, Germany


In use since 1670; granted 1900

Blazon: Per fess lozengy in fess azure and argent and argent a serpent glissant vert

Also, to a Gentleman (and without which he is no Gentleman) it is lawful to bear Arms, that is to say Ensigns and special marks of honor, as tokens and signs of their
Gentle estate, depicted in their Shields, Armors, and Targes.

– From The Blazon of Gentrie by Sir John Ferne (1586), p82