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Gules two Grobbers Argent handeled Or in saltire between two Mullets of five of the second.
Zeljko Heimer, 12 January 2002
The flag of Rueti bei Bueren is canting, the two items being "Reuthauen". I've found the word "Haue" as being a grubber (in French "hoyau") but I have no idea of what "Reut" means.
Pascal Gross, 11 January 2002
"Reuten" = a verb denoting clearing the ground of something, to prepare for cultivation or: lifting potatoes. This looks like two axes, used for getting tree-roots out. Grubber is possibly the correct word, or grubbing-axe or grubbing-hoe.
Jarig Bakker, 11 January 2002