the Wolfurter chalice
"At the time of the heyday of the Knights of Wolfurt, the brothers Konrad and Ulrich appeared, they served as the mercenary leader of King Ludwig I alongside the mercenary leader Werner von Urslingen and conquered the kingdom of Naples in 1348. They plundered the cities of Foggia, Capua and Aversa, among other things, with murder, extortion and arson they made rich booty." According to Siegfried Heim (issue 24, p. 10), the mercenary leader Konrad von Wolfurt donated what is now known as the Wolfurter Chalice to Pfäfers Abbey, a Benedictine monastery. In the donation document dated September 20, 1364 he speaks of feeling remorse for his misdeeds: "Knight Konrad (begs) for the salvation of his soul (...) and for the salvation of all who have been injured by him in body and soul, physical or otherwise." The chalice is now in the Swiss National Museum in Zurich. A copy of it was made in 1985 for the town of Wolfurt in Austria.
the worfurt crest in the zurich roll of arms
This is the oldest roll of arms known to exist. It has been dated to the year 1340.
You can see the Wolfurt coat-of-arm in the close-up of the Wolfurter Chalice. Pfaffers Abbey in St. Gallen, Switzerland
Note: "Comes" translates as "Count"