In use since at least 2009
Blazon: Gules from a mount proper three flowers stemmed and leaved argent
The city is part of the state of Burgenland, which belonged to Hungary until after the First World War, when it was awarded to Austria.
In use since at least 1973
Blazon: Or a cornflower azure and a mount in base vert
The most recent incorporation of a local town into the municipality of Schrozberg took place in 1974, but it did not seem to affect the arms. The town itself dates back to at least 1249.
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.
In use since at least 1991
Blazon: Per pale azure a windmill argent and of the second a saffron flower slipped and leaved proper
Blazon: Argent on a base vert four trees eradicated proper, in chief a saffron flower slipped and leaved also proper
Blazon: Per pale argent two cauldrons in pale per fess or and gules charged with six fusils conjoined in fess counterchanged, each containing as many serpents proper and or a saffron flower slipped and leaved also proper
Blazon: Per pile reversed azure and or, a flax flower of the field