Blazon: Argent a monk’s head proper robed sable, on a chief or an antler fesswise azure
The monk’s head is probably a canting reference to the town’s past ownership by the monastery of St. Georgen.
In use since at least 1987
Blazon: Argent a church tower gules windowed sable and surmounted by a passion cross or, in chief an antler fesswise of the third; overall a base wavy azure
The church depicted in the arms does not bear much resemblance to the existing church, but it may refer to one of the previous two churches built on that site.
In use since 1596
Blazon: Or a fess gules, in chief an antler fesswise sable
In use since 1974?
Blazon: Or a crampoon palewise azure, on a chief sable an antler fesswise of the field
In use since 1623
Blazon: Gules an ox passant or, in chief an antler involved or
Blazon: Per pale argent a fess azure issuant therefrom an apple gules on a stem vert, in base the sign of Aries sable and gules an antler palewise argent
In use since 1530
Blazon: Or on four mounts in base azure a lion passant gules, langued and crowned of the second, in chief an antler fesswise sable