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The arms were granted on 28 April, 1986.
In the Middle Ages, justice was administered at Aich, because a Gerichtsbank (literally: a Bench) was situated here. The pale in the arms is to represent the judge's rod of office. The oak leaves are, of course, a reference to the name of Aich (Eiche, oak). The three balls are the attribute of St Nicholas, the patron saint of the local church.
Literature : Image provided by Karl Palfrader (firstname.lastname@example.org), MStLA 37 (1987), p. 33