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Danish heraldry portal (Dansk Heraldik)


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Region : Sjælland
Amt (until 2007) : Vestsjælland (until 1970 Holbæk, Sorø)
Additions : 1970 Agersø, Boeslunde, Eggeslevmagle, Holsteinborg-Venslev, Magleby, Omø, Tjæreby , Ørslev-Sønder Bjerge
Incorporated into : 2007 Slagelse

Arms of Skælskør


The arms were officially registered in 1938.

The arms are based on a seal of the city, which is known from 1608. The arms show the bridge and the two parts of the city, with the church and city hall. The small shell in the front is canting, the name being derived from Skælfisk-Ør, or shellfish-island.

The older seals of the city only showed the bridge and a shell. This seal is known since 1421.

Seal of Skælskør

Seal from 1421
Seal of Skælskør

Seal from 1608
Seal of Skælskør

Seal from 1623
Arms of Skælskør

The arms in the Kaffe Hag album, 1933

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Literature: Achen, 1982; Zeuthen, 2000