Arms of Großbottwar, Germany

Granted 1979; some form of the stork has been used on seals since the 15th century

Blazon: Or a stork close proper, in chief an antler fesswise sable

Arms of Burnley Borough Council, England

Granted 1975

Blazon: Or a chevron engrailed between three roses gules, barbed, seeded, slipped, and leaved proper; on a chief wavy sable, two wheat stalks in saltire slipped and leaved between two bees volant of the field

Crest: On a wreath of the colors, a mount environed with a wreath of cotton plants proper, thereon a stork argent beaked and legged gules resting the dexter claw on a Lacy knot purpre

Supporters: Two lions purpre armed and langued vert gorged with a collar argent charged with three molets and the interior paw resting on a shuttle fesswise, thread to the interior sable

Motto: Hold to the truth

Poulters’ Company

From Heraldry Display’d, or London’s Armory by Samuel Lyne, p36

Arms of the Poulters’ Company

Blazon: Argent on a chevron azure between three storks proper as many swans of the field

Crest: On a mural crown a stork with wings expanded proper

Supporters: Two pelicans or, wings addorsed and inverted, vulning themselves gules