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Schnorrenberger Coats-of-Arms and Proprietary Brands

Coats-of-Arms and Brands occurring in Düren9

Coat-of-Arms (around 1550): A brand in a red shield consisting of two narrow gold X's placed side-by-side horizontally.

Brand (1638): A shaft entwined with the letter S, on top of that a chevron with the point down, of which the sides are crossed diagonally - the same brand as in the previous coat-of-arms, but with the two X's joined together in the middle and extended by means of the shaft and the letter. 

Coat-of-Arms (1645/1650): In a shield, a shaft entwined with the letter S with a chevron on the top, all ends of the figure have crosspieces like crutches - a variation of the brand from 1638

Coat-of-Arms (1733): A lion, holding in the right paw a branch with 3 buds (or lilies, or acorns?).  On the helmet, the branch between the open wings. 

Coat-of-Arms (1664): In gold, a green 3-peaked mountain (or: simply one mountain) from which a silver fountain of water springs up and falls down on both sides.  On the helmet with green-gold escutcheons, a silver ostrich feather between two red feathers. 

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