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GRUMS

Province (Landskap): Värmland
County (Län): Värmlands län
Additions : 1969 Ed (1952 Borgvik); 1971 Stavnäs (partly, 1952 Högerud, Värmskog)

Arms (crest) of Grums
Official blazon
Swedish

I blått fält en kyrka av silver med korsprydd takryttare på mitten och kors över vardera gaveln samt med svarta fönster; däröver en ginstam av silver belagd med tre blåa cirkelsågklingor|-

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Origin/meaning

The arms were granted in 1952 and again registered in 1974.

The small church is derived from the oldest known seal of the district, known from 1617. The image showed a accurate image of the local church. When the Grums council applied for arms in 1952 they requested that the church would be the major element in the new arms. As modern symbols for the forestry industry in the town, a chief with three saw-blades was added.

Arms of Grums

The arms on a roadsign on the municipal border

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Literature : Nevéus and de Waern, 1992