ⓘ Seals of organizations


Company seal

A company seal is an official seal used by a company. Company seals were predominantly used by companies in common law jurisdictions, although in modern times, most countries have done away with the use of seals. In the UK, a company may have a company seal under the provisions of Companies Act 2006 section 45. It may have further seals for other territories and for issuing securities. These seals have the additional legend of the territory or the word SECURITIES. A company may wish still to seal documents as a means of protection against forgery. Traditionally, the seal was of some legal ...


Emblem of the Commonwealth of Independent States

The emblem of the Commonwealth of Independent States depicts a yellow sun on a dark blue field, with eight bending poles holding the sun.


Seal of Dartmouth College

The Seal of Dartmouth College is the official insignia of Dartmouth College, an Ivy League university located in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States. Anglo-American law generally requires a corporate body to seek official government sanction, usually in the form of a charter, in order to operate. Such chartered bodies normally authenticate their official acts by marking them with a distinctive seal. The seals design is usually complicated to avoid counterfeiting, but it can also express something about the institutions history or mission. Dartmouth College is one such chartered body, and ...


Eagle, Globe, and Anchor

The Eagle, Globe, and Anchor is the official emblem and insignia of the United States Marine Corps. It is commonly referred to as an EGA The current emblem traces its roots in the designs and ornaments of the early Continental Marines as well as the United Kingdoms Royal Marines. The present emblem, adopted in 1955, differs from the emblem of 1868 only by a change in the eagle. Before that time many devices, ornaments, ribbons, and distinguishing marks followed one another as official badges of the corps.


Symbols of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

The Seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is the symbol of the FBI. It is used by the FBI to represent the organization and to authenticate certain documents that it issues. The term is used both for the physical seal itself, and more generally for the design impressed upon it. The current version of the seal has been in use since 1941. Designed in 1940 by FBI Special Agent Leo Gauthier, it derives its design from the FBIs flag and symbolizes the values, standards and history of the Bureau through the various elements incorporated in the design. It should not be confused with the FBI ...


History of the National University of San Marcos seal

Since its founding in the 1550s, the National University of San Marcos identifying symbols changed over the years, although the main pattern has been consistently maintained.


Seal of the United States Department of Homeland Security

The Seal of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is the symbol of the United States Department of Homeland Security and is used to represent the organization and authenticate certain official documents. The seal was developed with input from senior DHS leadership, employees, and the U.S. Commission on Fine Arts. The Ad Council, which partners with DHS on its Ready.gov campaign, and the consulting company Landor Associates were responsible for graphic design and maintaining heraldic integrity. The seal is also featured on the DHS flag, which consists of the seal itself emblazoned on a b ...


Knights Templar Seal

The Grand Masters of the Knights Templar during the later 12th and the 13th century used a double-sided seal which showed a representation of The Dome of the Rock on one side, and the Orders symbol of two knights on one horse on the other side. This design is first attested as in use by Bertrand de Blanquefort, the orders sixth Grand Master, in 1158, forty years after its foundation, and it remained in use until the dissolution of the order in 1312. There was also a smaller, single-sided seal, which showed the Dome of the Rock or the Holy Sepulchre, only. Different seals were used by provi ...


Seal of the Philippine Senate

The Seal of the Philippine Senate is the seal officially adopted by the Senate of the Philippines to authenticate certain official documents. The seal is of the Office of the Senate and not to any members of the Philippine Senate including the Senate President.


Seal of Colby College

The Seal of Colby College is the official seal of Colby College in Waterville, Maine. The college was originally authorized to have a seal by its founding charter, granted by the Massachusetts General Court in 1813, in section 4: "Be it further enacted, That the said corporation may have one common seal, which they may change, break, or renew at the pleasure; and that all deeds signed and delivered by the Treasurer, and sealed with their seal, by order of the corporation, shall, when made in their corporate name, be considered in law, as the deed of the said corporation." Presently, the se ...


Seal of the United States Senate

The Seal of the United States Senate is the seal officially adopted by the United States Senate to authenticate certain official documents. Its design also sometimes serves as a sign and symbol of the Senate, appearing on its official flag among other places. The current version dates from 1886, and is the third seal design used by the Senate since its inception in 1789. The use of the seal is restricted by federal law and other regulations, and so is used sparingly, to the point that there are alternate, non-official seal designs more commonly seen in public. The seal has a shield with 13 ...


Symbols of the United States Department of the Treasury

Symbols of the United States Department of the Treasury include the Flag of the Treasury Department and the U.S. Treasury Seal. The seal actually predates the department itself, having originated with the Board of Treasury during the period of the Articles of Confederation. The seal is used on all U.S. paper currency, and on official Treasury documents. The seal includes a chevron with thirteen stars, representing the original thirteen states. Above the chevron is a balance, representing justice. The key below the chevron represents authority and trust. The phrase THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TRE ...


ⓘ Seals of organizations

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