|In Silber ein schwarzer Rechen, begleitet von zwei blau besamten roten Rosen.
The rake as a symbol for Freiolsheim appears for the first time in a seal dating from 1751. The rake remains the only symbol until 1900.
In June 1900 the concil applied for new arms at the State Archives. These proposed the above arms, in which the roses of the Lords of Eberstein, who owned many goods in the municipality, were added to the rake.
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Literature: Zier and Fütterer 1966.