It is not any evidence about the official acknowledge of the coat of Arms of the distinguished Totana Town Council, only that one which supposes to be the provincial coat of arms. According to Juan De Ossorez, master of Santiago Order, in Almendros, on 18th of August, 1293, the “Concejo” of Aledo is given “… the code of laws and the freedoms, and the uses and the customs of the respectable “Concejo” of Lorca, as they have…”. In the same document it is said “…we order that the “Concejo” of Lorca have a known stamp…” According to that document, the old “Concejo” of Aledo, nowadays in
The coat of Arms has suffered some modification, but regarding with the collocation of arms on the field, more than the arms itself, since the current one has the same arms as in the 16th century. The coat of Arms is defined as following: on a silver field, a natural castle with three towers, superimposed on a Cruz de Santiago (Cross of St James) on azure ocean waves, on the right a sword and on the left a sable key
To use and spreading Totana’s coats, by any printed, computer, film or photographic reproduction, it is needed a written authorization of the distinguished Totana Town Council, having sent an application to the Mayor, previously.