Baden-Baden

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BADEN-BADEN

State : Baden-Württemberg
Urban District (Kreisfreie Stadt) : Baden-Baden
Additions : 1909 Beuern, Lichtental; 1928 Oos, Oosscheuern; 1939 Balg; 1972 Ebersteinburg, Neuweier, Steinbach, Varnhalt; 1973 Haueneberstein; 1975 Sandweier

Wappen von Baden-Baden

Official blazon

  • (de) In Gold ein roter Schrägbalken.

Origin/meaning

The village became around 1100 a possession of Hermann II of the Zähringen family, who named himself after the town, Count of Baden. During the 13th century the town received city rights and became the capital of the County of Baden, since 1535 of the branch Baden-Baden. It remained the capital until the early 18th century.

The city has always used the arms of the Counts of Baden as its arms. The oldest known seal dates from the 14th century, but is known only since 1421. The arms thus have never changed since. To distinguish the arms of the city from those of the Duchy and State of Baden, the city often used a mural crown, but this was never officially approved.

Siegel von Baden-Baden

The seal from 1421-1488
Siegel von Baden-Baden

The seal from 1494-1787
Siegel von Baden-Baden

The seal from 1714-1784
Siegel von Baden-Baden

The seal from 1793
Siegel von Baden-Baden

The seal from the 19th (?) century
Siegel von Baden-Baden

The seal from the 19th (?) century
Siegel von Baden-Baden

The seal used until 1900
Seal of Baden-Baden

The seal from from 1900
Wappen von Baden-Baden

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

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Literature : Stadler, K., 1964-1971; John et al., 1990