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In white, a red lion's head turned to the right.
The emblem commemorates Bishop Eberhard von Waldburg and his successor Rudolf von Habsburg-Laufenburg. The lion's head is for this Habsburg-Laufenburger, the colours are those of the diocese of Constance.
On 1 January 1995 Wäldi merged with Engwilen, Lipperswil and Sonterswil (see below) to the mew commune of Wäldi. The old emblem of Wäldi was adopted for the new commune.
In red a white packhorse walking on a white arc below three white lime leaves pointing downwards.
In Engwilen there were three free families with special legal status. The Bishop of Constance granted them protection, for which the Engwilers had to provide him with a packhorse on every trip to Rome. The lime leaves refer to these three families.
Divided by black and yellow, covered with white-blue divided lion with white crown.
The emblem shows the reference to different dominions: The colours of the upper half refer to the Lords of Klingenberg; the lion and the colours of the lower half refer to the Lords of Bürglen.
In red two white rampant lions facing each other.
The emblem shows the lions of Feldbach Abbey and the bailiwick of Thurgau and bears the colours of the bishop of Constance.