Celje

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CELJE

Additions : 19?? Teharje

Arms (crest) of Celje

Official blazon

Origin/meaning

Celje was already a city in Roman times, but ruined in the 5th century. In the 12th century the Counts von Neunburg became into possession of the town and they owned it until 1322. They were succeeded by the Lords of Sannegg, who, in 1341, received the title Graf von Cilli (Count of Celje).

The arms of the Counts von Neunburg were three golden eight-pointed stars on a blue shield. These arms were also taken by their successors and the later Counts of Celje. In the 15th century the city adopted the arms as city arms. When the stars changed from eight-pointed to six-pointed is not known.

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Seal of Count Wihelm von Neunburg from 1226
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seal of Celje from 1465

On the seal below the arms are shown with St. Lawrence as supporter. Other seals show the saint as well as three lions around the shield.

Arms of Celje

The count of Cilli in 1475
Arms of Celje

The count of Cilli in 1530
Arms (crest) of Celje

The arms by Zacharias Bartsch (1567)
Arms (crest) of Celje

The arms in a 16th century manuscript
(Spanish National Library)
Arms (crest) of Celje

The arms by Ströhl (1904)
Arms (crest) of Celje

The arms in the Abadie albums
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The arms in the Coffee Hag album +/- 1932

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Literature : Kobel und Pirchegger, 1954; Ströhl, 1904; Bartsch (1567)