Arms of Satteldorf, Germany

Satteldorf

In use since at least 1987

Blazon: Or a saddle sable

The town lies in a saddle-shaped valley between the Jagstrand and Hardbergen mountains, which possibly gave rise to the name, and subsequently the arms.

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Arms of Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council, England

Granted 1974

Blazon: Sable a chevron invecked or between three owls argent; on a chief of the second as many annulets gules

Crest: On a wreath of the colors issuant from a circlet or charged with six annulets gules a rock proper thereon an owl argent

Supporters: Two griffins gules, each gorged with a collar engrailed argent charged with six bendlets of the first, pendant therefrom a heptagon of the second, the dexter charged with a molet of five points pierced, the sinister with a saddle, both sable

Mantling: Sable lined or

Motto: Sapere aude (Dare to be wise)