Blazon: Per fess argent a stag’s attires gules and vert a hunting horn of the first
The nearby forest, the Kaiserwald, was frequently used for hunting since the 13th century, which is reflected in the charges here.
Arms of Schnürpflingen, Germany Blazon: Gules a pine tree issuant from a stag’s attire argent
Arms of Oberdiscingen, Germany Blazon: Argent a stag’s attire gules
Arms of Unstrut-Hainich, Germany Blazon: Per quarterly, I or an eagle displayed sable, armed gules, crowned of the field, and charged with two mill-rinds argent; II azure a lion rampant barry of eight gules and argent armed, langued, and crowned … Continue reading
From The Handbook to English Heraldry by Charles Boutell, p243 Seal of Robert Graham of Kinpoint, 1433 Blazon: (?) on a chief three escallops Supporters: Two lions rampant The crest appears to be a stag’s attire.
Arms of Aachen, Germany Blazon: Azure a swan wings expanded argent beaked and legged sable standing on a stag’s attire argent horns or; on a chief of the last a lion passant of the third
Arms of Hildesheim, Germany Blazon: Gules a rose or, slipped and seeded argent, in base a stag’s attire of the second; on a chief embattled of the second, a demi-eagle displayed sable, issuing from the partition line, armed and crowned … Continue reading