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State : Baden-Württemberg
District (Kreis) : Calw
Incorporated into : 1975 Neubulach

Wappen von Liebelsberg/Arms (crest) of Liebelsberg
Official blazon
German In Grün aus goldenem Dreiberg wachsend zwei goldene Ähren, dazwischen ein goldener Tannenzapfen an balkenweis liegendem goldenem Ästchen.
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The arms were officially granted on February 10, 1949.

The arms show two wheatears rising from three small hills in the base of the shield, and in between a pine cone.
The three hills symbolise the Reutterberg, the Beilberg and the Teinacher Berg near the village. The wheatears symbolise the agricultural character of the village. The pine cone symbolises the (pine) forests in the area.

The village never used seals or arms until 1938, when a seal was designed. The seal showed the local war memorial from the First World War.

Wappen von Liebelsberg/Arms (crest) of Liebelsberg

Literature: Jäger, 1986

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