| Coat of Arms of
Duchy of Brunswick
|| Duchy of Brunswick
|| 21st January 2010
|| Five helmets with crests placed above a crown.
|| Three columns, four rows each representing different elements of the Duchy of Brunswick. Please see the references for further elaboration.
|| Two men, armed with clubs who wear a laurel wreath and are clothed by laurel leaves.
|| Nec aspera terrant. (Latin: Frightened by no difficulties.)
The escutcheon of the Coat of Arms of the Duchy of Brunswick is divided into three columns and four rows, each representing something about the Duchy (i.e. a Duke, County, or Estate).
- ↑ Hartemink, R. (1996). Deutsche wappen- braunschweig. Retrieved from http://www.ngw.nl/int/dld/braunsch.htm
- ↑ Reference 1 used information from the following source:
- Ströhl, H.G. (1904). Städtewappen von Österreich-ungarn. Wien, Anton Schroll & Co.