Büsslingen

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BÜSSLINGEN

State : Baden-Württemberg
District (Kreis) : Konstanz
Additions : 1972 Beuren am Ried
Incorporated into : 1975 Tengen

Wappen von Büsslingen

Official blazon

(de) In Rot ein goldener Löwe, in den Vorderpranken einen silbernen Schild haltend, darin ein gradarmiges schwarzes Tatzenkreuz.

Origin/meaning

The arms were adopted in March, 1903.

The village did not use any arms or seal prior to the middle of the 19th century, when a seal with the name of the village was introduced. The arms were proposed by the State Archives of Baden in 1902 and combine the lion of the arms of the late medieval Lords of Büsslingen with the small shield of the Teutonic Order. The village historically belonged to the Mainau chapter of the Order.


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Literature : Zier and Rössler, 1964