Pelckhofen (noble family)

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Coat of arms of those of Pelckhofen

The Pelckhofen family (also Pelkhoven, Pelkoven, Pelkhofen) is a Bavarian noble family from which several high state officials emerged.

The family is known for the Pelkovenschlössl, built in 1690 on Pelkovenstrasse in today's Munich district of Moosach .

(reversed) coat of arms after Siebmacher , 1605

coat of arms

Blazon: The coat of arms , split by red and silver, shows a silver bar on the right; A helmet with red and silver helmet covers and two horns labeled like the shield serve as decoration . It is mirrored in Siebmacher's book of arms.


Maximilian II Baron von Pelkhoven


  • Thomas Fritsch (publisher): General Historical Lexicon, in which the life and deeds of those ... Frankfurt 1714, p. 323. (online)

Individual evidence

  1. Volker D. Laturell : History of the parish Feldmoching. Volk Verlag, Munich 2018, ISBN 978-3-86222-265-0 , pp. 92-88.