Grötzingen

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GRÖTZINGEN

State : Baden-Württemberg
District (Kreis) : Esslingen (until 1973 Nürtingen)
Incorporated into : 1975 Aichtal

Wappen von Grötzingen

Official blazon

  • (de) Unter goldenem Schildhaupt, darin eine liegende schwarze Hirschstange, fünfmal geteilt von Grün und Gold.

Origin/meaning

Grötzingen was the seat of the Lords of Bernhausen in the 12th century and received city rights in the early 14th century. In 1337 the city became a possession of Württemberg.

The oldest seal dates from 1377 and shows the deer (later deer antlers) of Württemberg. Later seals until the 18th century also show only the antlers. The city, however used since the 16th century the above arms, which show the bars of the arms of the Lords of Bernhausen, with one a single antler in the chief.

The arms were placed on the seals in the late 18th century and have not changed since. As the arms were not clearly defined, different variations of the arms have been used, with green or blue bars, and with different numbers of bars.

Wappen von Grötzingen

The arms in the Chorographia Württemberg (Wolleber, 1591)
Arms of Grötzingen

The arms in a 16th century manuscript
Wappen von Grötzingen

The arms on an 1877 poster
Wappen von Grötzingen

The arms by Hupp in the Kaffee Hag albums +/- 1925

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Literature : Stadler, 1964-1971, 8 volumes.