Iowa State Seal
The Iowa State Seal
The Great Seal of the State of Iowa serves as a symbol of authenticity which verifies that government documents and papers of state are official and legal in the "Hawkeye State". The Iowa state seal is also an emblem that is representative of the state's origins, history, character and ideals. The following motto, reflecting the spirit of the state of Iowa is also incorporated in the Iowa state seal:
"Our liberties we prize and our rights we will maintain"
The Iowa state seal identifies government buildings and officials and the eagle and banners are displayed as a centerpiece for the Iowa state flag.
Facts on the Iowa State Seal
The symbolism, history and emblems of the seal are described in this article with fast facts and information. The men who designed the Great State seal s were educated in the classics and were knowledgeable of art history and symbolism of heraldry. Fast, fun facts about the history and design:
Description, Symbols, Icons and Emblems of the Iowa State Seal
The description and meaning of the symbols, icons and emblems are as follows:
The Iowa Banner of 1876
This is an Iowa flyer showing the 1876 design of the seal. The pictures illustrate the important industries in the 1800's.
Iowa State Seal for Kids
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