Blazon: Sable a fess wavy argent, overall a fish embowed counterchanged
The fess represents the river Inn, and the fish represents the historical importance of the fishing industry to the town’s economy.
All right, it’s not the most creative choice of charges out there, but man, I love a good counterchange. And this is a good one. It makes it look like the fish is actually jumping out of the fess wavy that everybody and their vassal uses to represent a river. Plus the black and white means it’s super easy to represent in a variety of media – ink, stone, enamel, all the things you’d want to use to depict your coat of arms. So what if it’s not the most beautiful drawing of a fish I’ve seen in the past half hour? These are some Good Arms.
Blazon: Vert a fess ermine of five spots between in chief an eagle displayed, wings inverted perched on a thunderbolt fesswise between two garbs or and in base on water barry wavy argent and azure a Viking ship of third, sails of the fourth
Crest: On a wreath vert and argent on a mount an oak tree proper fructed or bound thereto by a chain proper two anchors in saltire of the third
Supporters: On the dexter a Lincolnshire Red Shorthorn Bull and on the sinister a Lincoln Longwool Ram both guardant proper, each supporting a croizer or