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Wappen von Moessingen (Original von 1952)
 

 

 

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Wappen Mössingen im Landkreis Tübingen. Das Wappen stellt das Original dar, das 1952 von der damaligen Gemeinde Mössingen eingeführt wurde. Bei diesem JPEG-Bild handelt es sich um einen Scan aus dem Mössinger Heimatbuch von 1973 (keine ISBN vorhanden).
Blasonierung Die Farben des Wappens schwarz-silber sollen auf die ehemalige Zugehörigkeit zur Grafschaft Zollern hinweisen. Das Wappen zeigt auf schwarzem Grund ein silbernes diagonal nach links oben verlaufendes Wellenband, welches das schwarze Wappenschild in ein rechtes oberes und ein linkes unteres Feld unterteilt (aus Sichtweise des Schildhalters). Im rechten oberen Feld befinden sich drei kleine Wappenschilder. Bei den Wappenschildern handelt es sich um die Wappen von Württemberg, Hohenzollern und Fürstenberg. Das linke untere Feld zeigt einen silbernen Brunnen mit geteiltem Wasserstrahl. Das Wellenband stellt die Teilung des Ortes durch die Steinlach in einen nördlichen und südlichen Teil dar. Der Brunnen weist auf die Schwefelquellen des Stadtteils Bad Sebastiansweiler hin. Die drei Wappenschilder im rechten oberen Feld sollen an den Dreifürstenstein, den Hausberg von Mössingen, erinnern. Am Dreifürstenstein stießen die Grenzen der drei Fürstentümer Württemberg, Hohenzollern und Fürstenberg aufeinander, wodurch der Berg zu seinem Namen kam. Das Wappen von Württemberg zeigt drei übereinander liegende Hirschgeweihe. Der hohenzollerische Wappenschild ist geviert: Das erste und das dritte Feld sind leer (silberfarben), das zweite und das vierte Feld sind schwarz ausgemalt. Das letzte der drei Wappenschilder gehört dem Fürstentum Fürstenberg. Es zeigt den Reichsadler. (Die Beschreibung des Wappens erfolgte heraldisch, das heißt aus der Sicht des Schildhalters (seitenverkehrt).

English:
Coat of arms of Mössingen in the District of Tübingen in the German State of Baden-Württemberg. The Coat of arms is the original, which was introduced by the former Municipality of Mössingen in 1952. The Coat of arms is the original, which was introduced by the former Municipality of Mössingen in 1952. This JPEG-Image is a scan form the Almanac of Mössingen from 1973 (no ISBN available).
Blazon The Colors of the coat of arms black and silver shall be a sign of the former affiliation to the County of Hohenzollern in the middle-age. The coat of arms shows a silver waved bend on black background, that runs diagonally to the left top. The bend divides the black escutcheon in a righthand upper field and a lefthand lower field (from the view of the Supporters). In the righthand upper field there are three small escutcheons. These escutcheons are the coat of arms of Württemberg, Hohenzollern and Fürstenberg. The lefthand lower field shows a silver fountain with a divided water jet. The bend illustrates the division of the town into northern part and southern part by the Steinlach river. The fountain alludes to the sulfur springs in the town district Bad Sebastiansweiler. The three escutcheons in the righthand upper field shall remind of the Dreifürstenstein (mountain near Mössingen). The boundaries of the three former principalities Württemberg, Hohenzollern, and Fürstenberg converged on the Dreifürstenstein, therefore the mountain got his name which means in English "Three-Princes-Stone". The Coat of arms of Württemberg shows three superposed deer antlers. The Coat of arms of Hohenzollern is parted per cross, the first and the third field are empty (silver color), the second and fourth field are painted in black. The last of the three escutcheons belongs to the Principality of Fürstenberg, it shows the Reichsadler (Empire's Eagle). (The description of the coat of arms of Mössingen was made in heraldic way, that means from the view of the Supporters (Holders of the Escutcheon), mirror inverted).

Applications-graphics.svg This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: Removed dust, cropped, corrected colors. Modifications made by UnreifeKirsche.

Date 1952(1952)
Source Mössinger Heimatbuch von 1973 (Scan) / Almanac of Mössingen from 1973 (Scan)
Author Gemeinde Mössingen (Municipality of Mössingen), seit 1974 Stadt (Town since 1974)
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