Arms of Donnersbach, Austria

Donnersbach

Granted 1979

Blazon: Azure a chief gules, the partition line surmounted by five thunderbolts or

The arms are intended to be canting, with the azure field representing “bach,” or water, and the thunderbolts representing “donner,” or lightning. (While thunderbolts are usually drawn as zigzag lines terminating in arrowheads, they are also sometimes rendered as bundles of lightning, as┬áhere. I believe these are intended to be more similar to the linked depiction.)

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Arms of Dobl, Austria

Dobl

Granted 1962

Blazon: Per fess argent a stag’s attires gules and vert a hunting horn of the first

The nearby forest, the Kaiserwald, was frequently used for hunting since the 13th century, which is reflected in the charges here.

Arms of Dietmanns, Austria

Dietmanns
In use since at least 1965

Blazon: Gules four palets argent and a chief of the last chequy of the field, overall issuant from a mount in base a pine tree proper surmounted by a baton in bend sinister, interwoven with the palets or

The town has been in existence since 1496, with official incorporation coming in 1783. The region’s lush pine forests may be the source for the tree in the arms.