Blazon: Per fess or a torteau charged with a cross paté of the field and gules a hurt fimbriated and charged with a dexter hand erect argent
The arms show both sides of the Heller, a German coin minted in the city beginning in the 13th century. The coin eventually gave its name to other units of currency in the Austro-Hungarian empire and the Czech Republic.
Blazon: Azure semé of cross crosslets three lozenges within a bordure or charged with three garbs and four double-headed eaglets azure alternately of the first
Crest: Issuant from a mural crown or a mount vert thereon a castle of two towers proper
Mantling: Azure lined or
Supporters: Two lions rampant argent gorged with a collar vairy gules and or pendant therefrom by a chain of the last, on the dexter a plate charged with a rose gules barbed and seeded of the second, on the sinister a hurt charged with a garb of the last