Courcelles-lès-Montbéliard

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COURCELLES-LÈS-MONTBÉLIARD

Département : Doubs

Armoiries de Courcelles-lès-Montbéliard

Official blazon

Taillé: au 1er d’argent à la montagne de sinople ombrée de sable, au 2e d’argent à la grappe de raisin de pourpre et à la feuille de vigne renversée partie de sable et de sinople brochant en pointe; à la barre de gueules chargée de deux bars adossés d’or posés dans le sens de la barre.

Origin/meaning

The bend and the two barbels are taken from the historical arms of the Principality of Montbéliard, to which the village historically belonged.

The uppar half symbolises the Courcelles forest, the base the importance of viticulture for the village.


Literature : Image from http://www.armorialdefrance.fr


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