Arms of Bungay Town Council, England

Bungay

Granted 1953

Blazon: Barry wavy of six vert and argent a Norfolk wherry in full sail proper flying a pennon gules, a chief or a port between two towers sable charged with an escutcheon of the fourth a cross of the third

Crest: On a wreath of the colors a dog courant sable* upon a ray of lightning fesswise gules

Mantling: Vert lined or

Motto: Moribus antiquis pareamus (Let us ever hold fast to the old virtues.)

*A representation of the Black Dog of Bungay; legend has it the Devil appeared in the town in the form of a black dog to wreak havoc.

 

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Arms of Ludwigsburg, Germany

Granted 1718; in use since 1495, though the arms may have indicated a larger region than the present town

Blazon: Azure a staff in bend sinister gules tipped with a spearhead and supporting a pennon or charged with an eagle displayed sable armed and langued of the second

Arms of Wyre Borough Council, England

Granted 1975

Blazon: Or on a pile azure between five roses in pile gules barbed and seeded proper, issuant from water barry wavy of four of the second and argent a lymphad of the field flying flags and pennons of St. George

Crest: On a wreath of the colors within a circlet of four sprigs of heather proper and as many escallops reversed argent alternately, a representation of a Fylde windmill proper

Mantling: Azure lined or

Supporters: On the dexter a wolf rampant argent gorged with a collar azure charged with a barrulet wavy of the first, pendant therefrom a pentagon or charged with a martlet of the second, on the sinister a lion rampant of the third gorged with a like collar, pendant therefrom a pentagon gules charged with a cinquefoil ermine

Motto: Utraque parte fluminis (On either side of the river)

Arms of Salford City Council, England

Granted 1974

Blazon: Azure a shuttle erect between five bees volant 2, 2, and 1 or, on a chief of the last a ship in full sail proper between two mill-rinds sable

Crest: On a wreath of the colors, a demi-griffin segreant gules gorged with a collar of steel proper and bearing a staff or flying therefrom a pennon argent charged with three boars’ heads erased and erect in fess sable langued of the first

Mantling: Azure lined or

Supporters: Two lions rampant

Motto: Salus populi suprema lex (“The health of the people is the supreme law.”)

Arms of Zamora, Spain (province)

In use since 1833?

Blazon: Party of seven; I per pale or a bull counter-salient and argent a lion rampant gules, pointé in base vert (Toro); II argent on a bridge or over water in base barry wavy azure between two towers of the first windowed gules, a representation of the Virgin Mary holding the baby Jesus, both crowned proper (Benavente); III argent an escutcheon barry azure and or charged with a sun in splendor of the last (Villalpando); IV gules two towers or windowed azure, pointé in base argent a lion rampant of the first (Alcañices); V azure a saltire between four fleurs-de-lis or within a bordure of the first charged with eight crescents argent (Puebla de Sanabria); VI or a castle triple-towered of the first masoned and windowed sable (Bermillo de Sayago); VII argent a double-headed eagle displayed sable armed gules, crowned proper, between two pennons addorsed in chief per fess of the field and the third (Fuentesaúco); overall in the fess point an escutcheon per pale i argent an arm armored proper issuant from the sinister holding a flag gules and ii argent on a base vert a pale wavy barry wavy argent and azure and a bridge between two towers proper (Zamora)

Arms of Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council, England

Granted 1974?

Blazon: Gules an arrow palewise point in chief enfiled by a crown palisado, all within a bordure or charged with eight roses of the field barbed and seeded proper

Crest: On a wreath of the colors out of a crown palisado or a rocky mount, thereon an elephant statant proper, upon its back a port between two towers, the trappings or and charged with a rose as in the arms

Supporters: Two lions rampant, the dexter sable gorged with a wreath or and gules, the sinister gules gorged with a wreath or and azure, each supporting a staff or flying a forked pennon vert, the dexter charged with a shuttle in bend surmounted by a spindle in bend sinister or, the sinister with a hornet volant of the last

Motto: Supera moras (Overcome delays)