Arms of Agudo, Spain


Granted 1984

Blazon: Per pale argent a cross of Calatrava gules and azure three oars palewise in fess, between six crescents fesswise in chief and in base argent; pointé in base vert a base barry wavy of four argent and azure

The crescents are likely a remainder of the area’s time under Arab rule; during the eleventh through thirteenth centuries, the area seems to have changed hands fairly frequently. The Order of Calatrava held the town from 1189 – 1195 and after 1269.

Arms of Cariño, Spain

Granted 1996

Blazon: Or an oar and a harpoon in saltire proper, surmounted by an anchor azure, overall a life preserver proper, all between two trees vert issuant from the dexter and sinister of three mounts in base also proper issuant from the sea in base barry wavy argent and the second; on a chief of the last five molets of eight points of the field

Arms of Poole Borough Council, England


Blazon: Barry wavy of eight sable and argent, a dolphin naiant embowed argent, langued gules, on a chief wavy of the third three escallops of the first

Crest: On a wreath of the colors a mermaid proper supporting in her dexter hand an anchor argent and holding in her sinister hand a pellet

Supporters: On the dexter a lion or, langued gules, holding a sword erect proper; on the sinister, a dragon of the first, langued of the second, supporting an oar argent

Mantling: Or lined sable

Motto: Ad morem villae de Poole (according to the custom of the town of Poole)