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Gules a Bend wavy per bend wavy Sable and Argent and overall a Crane Argent on a Rock Vert.
Željko Heimer, 12 July 2002
The new commune of Haut-Intyamon includes former communes of Albeuve, Lessoc, Montbovon and Neirivue. The new flag retains the crane, main symbol of Gruyère district, the two wavy stripes symbolize the rivers Albeuve and Neirivue while the mountains on which the crane is standing depict the defile (mountain pass) of La Tine.
Pascal Gross, 10 July 2002
Per pale Argent and Gules in base of the last two Barrulets Wavy of the first and overall a Crane rising counterchanged.
Željko Heimer, 1 November 2000
Gules a Barrulet wavy Argent abased overall a Crane rising from triple Mount Vert in chief dexter a Mullet of Five Or.
Željko Heimer, 7 November 2000
Azure, three Pine Trees Vert trunked proper issuant from a Circlet Or.
Željko Heimer, 8 November 2000
Gules a Bend wavy Sable overall a Crane rising Argent.
Željko Heimer, 9 November 2000