Arms of Satteldorf, Germany


In use since at least 1987

Blazon: Or a saddle sable

The town lies in a saddle-shaped valley between the Jagstrand and Hardbergen mountains, which possibly gave rise to the name, and subsequently the arms.


Arms of Bruck an der Großglocknerstraße, Austria

Bruck an der Grossglocknerstrasse

Granted 1976

Blazon: Argent a triple mount vert surmounted by a bridge of two yokes argent and a base wavy azure

The bridge (Brücke) in the arms was specifically chosen as a reference to the town’s name, making these canting arms.

Arms of Rosengarten, Germany


In use since at least 1979

Blazon: Argent a chief dancetty and a rose gules, seeded or

The rose is clearly a canting reference to the city’s name, and the chief dancetty is a reference to the arms of Franconia (usually per fess dancetty gules and argent). The municipal website makes the somewhat dubious claim that the dancetty division line can be read as a garden fence, thus making the arms entirely canting.

Arms of Anchuras, Spain


Granted 1997

Blazon: Gules within a bordure chequy of the first a castle triple-towered or windowed azure and argent five gum rockrose flowers in saltire proper

These were formerly canting arms, as the town was previously known as “Anchuras de la Jara” (la Jara being a nearby region). The flowers depicted here are called “jaras” in Spanish.