Bieber (Biebergemünd)

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State : Hessen
District (Kreis) : Main-Kinzig Kreis (until 1973 Gelnhausen)
Incorporated into : 1974 Biebergemünd

Wappen von Bieber (Biebergemünd)

Official blazon

  • (de) Schild durch Wellenschnitt von Rot und Gold geteilt, oben ein blaubewehrter roter Biber, unten zwei gekreuzte silberne Hämmer.


The arms were officially granted on July 8, 1966.

The arms show in the upper half a canting beaver and in the lower two crossed hammers. The wavy division line symbolises the Bieber river. The hammer symbolise the former iron mining in the village. The colours are those of the Hanau county, to which the village historically belonged.

In 1956 the arms below were proposed, which also show the beaver and the Bieber river. These arms were never adopted by the municipality.

Wappen von Bieber (Biebergemünd)

Both designs are based on the oldest known seal of the village, dating from the late 18th century, which showed the bearver and river among many other small elements.

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Literature : Hessisches Wappenbuch, 1956