Arms of the borough of Greenwich

Greenwich

London, England

Granted 1965

Blazon: Per chevron argent and gules in chief an hourglass proper between two estoiles of six points azure, in base three cannon barrels erect palewise proper, each charged on the breech with a lion’s face or

Motto: We govern by serving

The hourglass and estoiles refer to the Greenwich Observatory, and the cannon barrels to the Royal Arsenal.

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Arms of Untermünkheim, Germany

Untermuekheim

In use since at least 1987; granted 1972?

Blazon: Azure a lymphad without sail terminating in lion’s heads at the bow and stern or

The first mention of the town was in 1216 under the name “Muncheim.” The Lords of Enslingen controlled the region in the 13th century, though no trace of their arms remains in the current iteration.

Arms of Ferdinand I of Habsburg

 

King of Bohemia and Hungary, 1526-1564, of Croatia, 1527-1564, Holy Roman Emperor, 1558-1564 (1503-1564)

Blazon: Per quarterly, I barry of eight gules and argent (Hungary ancien), II gules a cross patriarchal pate issuant from a crown upon three mounts in base all proper (Hungary moderne); III azure three lions’ heads couped, caboshed, and crowned or, langued gules (Dalmatia); IV gules a lion double-queued rampant argent, armed, langued, and crowned or (Bohemia moderne); overall in the fess point an escutcheon gules a fess argent (Austria)

Arms of Louis II

 

King of Hungary, Croatia, and Bohemia, 1516-1526 (1506-1526)

Blazon: Per quarterly, I barry of eight gules and argent (Hungary ancien); II gules a cross patriarchal pate issuant from a crown upon three mounts in base all proper (Hungary moderne); III azure three lion’s heads couped, caboshed, and crowned or, langued gules (Dalmatia); IV gules a lion double-queued rampant argent, armed, langued, and crowned or (Bohemia moderne); overall in the fess point an escutcheon gules an eagle displayed argent, armed and crowned or (Poland)