The coat of arms

Coat of arms

In a field azure a pelican argent with wings raised standing on a hillock vert, eyes, beak and feet gules, feeding its two young with blood gules, they also argent with eyes, beak and feet gules.

On top two eagle's wings, dexter azure, sinister argent, superimposed on a grilled helmet crowned. A mantle azure and argent. Motto:

"Quid non dilectis!" (All for the loved ones).
The coat of arms is first found with Gottfried Andreas (1718-1752) and Karl Friedrich (1737-1830), the sons of the minister Christophorus (1686-1745).