In this section you can find the crests of almost 2400 settlements of Hungary with notes. Find the starting letter of the settlement in the list and click if you want to see it.
The Village of Regenye, similarly to other villages, didn’t use a coat-of-arms, only a charged seal. The original seal is very old, it was probably made in the second half of the 1770s. On a village seal found on a document dated 1801 a ploughshare, a coulter and two ears of wheat is found.
The charge is based on the one-time seal of the village bearing the symbols of the main profession, agriculture.
Rounded base shield gules which is the motif of the original seal charge. At the bottom of the charge two ears of wheat or, enfiled, stylised. In the middle of the charge a letter R in majuscules sable, above it a stylised ploghshare argent couped, above a coulter bladed the same but pointed the opposite direction. Under the shield pattern or. Above the coat-of-arms the motto REGENYE can be read.