Blazon: Per fess argent two branches raguly in saltire proper* and vair
*The branches look or in this depiction, but in others, they appear bark-colored or, sometimes, sable.
While I cannot find any information on the chief half of the arms, the base is likely a reference to the now-defunct principality of Blumenegg. Its arms were barry of six gules and vair.
Blazon: Argent an ash branch of seven leaves palewise vert and a base wavy azure
Blazon: Per fess gules two keys in saltire argent, joined in base by a chain sable and argent an anvil gules between two olive branches in base proper
In use since 1975?
Blazon: Or a cock gules perched on a thorn branch sable
In use since at least 1991
Blazon: Per fess argent a church azure between a branch of fig and a branch of oak vert fructed proper and azure a representation of an ancient Iberian statue* argent
*I have not been able to find any information on this particular statue.
Blazon: Per pile vert and azure a lion sejant reguardant proper supporting with its forepaw a book argent, in base two laurel branches or
Blazon: Per pale argent a willow branch palewise vert and azure a stag salient or