| Sub Utraque Duce|| Finck von Finckenstein|
| Interpretation: Under one leadership (represented by the star) should the family always stay together in good times and in bad times (represented by the rising and setting half moons)|
in the Levant long before the Third Crusade in 1189; as a trophy brought to Germany. Showing common Middle Eastern motifs, namely the crescents and star which are symbols of the region's predominant religion, Islam
Acre in the Levant, Deutsch-Eylau and Finckenstein in East Prussia
Finckenstein coat of arms - is a Coat of Arms used by the Finck von Finckenstein family.
Finckenstein coat of arms Wikipedia
Probably taken back to Germany as a trophy from the Third Crusade (1189–1192) by an early member of the Finck von Finckenstein family.
Golden star above two half moons (one rising and one setting) on a blue background