Aichach-Friedberg

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AICHACH-FRIEDBERG (AIC)

State : Bayern
Additions : 1972 Aichach, Friedberg-Bayern

Wappen von Aichach-Friedberg/Arms (crest) of Aichach-Friedberg
Official blazon
German

Unter Schildhaupt mit den bayerischen Rauten gespalten von Silber und Rot; vorne ein grünes Eichenblatt, hinten ein goldenes Ulrichskreuz.

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Origin/meaning

The arms were granted on December 10, 1975.

The arms combine symbols from the old arms ofthe two districts; the oak leaf from the arms of Aichach, the cross from the arms of Friedberg. The chief of Bayern was part of both old arms.

Wappen von Aichach-Friedberg

The arms in the Deutsches Wappenmuseum
Wappen von Aichach-Friedberg

Postal cancellation 1990



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