Arms of Wiesloch, Germany


Granted 1898

Blazon: Per pale sable a lion rampant or, armed and langued gules and paly bendy argent and azure


theasmontichronicles: The coat of arms of the Kingdom of Bavaria. Blazon: Per quarterly the first sable a lion rampant sinister or, crowned, langued and armed gules; the second per fess dancetty gules and argent; the third bendy sinister of six … Continue reading


Geometric divisions of the field

In addition to those shown here, fields may be barry, paly, bendy, or chevronelly of any even number (if there is an odd number, the charges would be bars, palets, bendlets, or chevronels). Gyronny patterns may also be of any even number, most usually from six to sixteen.