Arms of Birmingham, England

Birmingham

Granted 1977

Blazon: Per quarterly I and IV azure a bend of five lozenges conjoined or, II and III per pale indented or and gules, overall on a cross ermine a mitre proper

Crest: On a wreath or and azure issuant from a mural crown or charged with a Tudor rose a dexter arm embowed holding a hammer all proper

Supporters: On the dexter a figure representing Art proper vested argent wreathed with laurel vert tied by a riband gules, holding in the sinister hand resting on the shield a book bound of the last and in the dexter a palette with two brushes proper; on the sinister a figure representing Industry habited as a smith, holding in the dexter hand resting on the shield a cupel and in the sinister a hammer resting on an anvil all proper

Mantling: Azure lined or

Motto: Forward

Both coats quartered here were used by the de Bermingham family at various points in time. The family also quartered the coats, but in opposite quarters; the city changed the order for difference. The city was previously granted arms in 1889, which used a fess ermine instead of a cross, and a mural crown instead of a mitre. The supporters in the previous arms were also reversed, with Industry on the dexter and Art on the sinister.

Arms of Bartholomäberg, Austria

Bartholomaberg

Granted 1965

Blazon: Tierced per pale, I gules a representation of St. Bartholemew argent robed and nimbed or, in the dexter hand a knife of the second and in the sinister a book sable, all surmounted by a mount vert; II sable two keys in saltire argent; III argent two hammers in saltire sable

Arms of Bad Sankt Leonhard im Lavanttal, Austria

Sankt Leonhard

In use since at least 1486, granted 1970

Blazon: Or the figure of St. Leonhard proper robed with a chain draped over his dexter arm sable, bearing in that hand a croizer argent and in his sinister hand a book azure, surmounted in base by an escutcheon of the field a lion rampant of the second, armed and langued gules, debruised by a bendlet of the third

Arms of Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, England

Southend on Sea

Granted 1915

Blazon: Azure on a pile argent between on the dexter an anchor on the sinister a grill and in base a trefoil slipped or a vase gules issuant therefrom a spray of lilies proper

Crest: Issuant from a mural crown gules the mast of a ship proper flying a flag argent a cross gules

Supporters: On the dexter a medieval fisherman holding in the exterior hand a net and on the sinister holding a book and a staff, all proper

Mantling: Azure lined argent

Motto: Per mare per ecclesiam (Through the sea, through the Church)

Arms of South Cambridgeshire District Council, England

South Cambridgeshire

Granted 1978

Blazon: Gules on a saltire ermine between in chief a cornucopia or replenished proper, in fess two garbs and in base the sails of a windmill of the third, a closed book of the field clasped and garnished of the last

Crest: On a wreath argent and gules on a mount vert a great bustard close between the legs two quill pens in saltire all proper

Mantling: Gules lined argent

Motto: Niet zonder arbyt (Nothing without work)