Arms of Waldangelloch, Germany

Arms of Waldangelloch, Germany

In use since the 17th century

Blazon: Azure a fish hook argent

This was formerly the coat of arms of Herr von Angelach, a powerful noble in the region. Due to the similarity of “Angelach” and “Angelhaken” (fish hook), these appear to be canting arms.


Arms of Leimen, Germany


Granted 1981

Blazon: Per quarterly, I or a lion rampant sable, langued gules, II azure a fleur-de-lis argent (from the arms of St. Ilgen), III azure a fishhook argent open to the dexter (from Gauangelloch); IV argent a bunch of grapes palewise to the chief slipped and leaved proper (from the arms of Leimen before 1973)