Every city, town or neighborhood can have a proper and official seal. Departments and other governmental organisations (eg. the Congress) can have official seals as well. The practice of using seals as much as possible, or aspiring to achieve the all-over use of seals, is called sigillism. The term is described as a design associated with a government or governmental office by Wiktionary, though it's used in more contexts in Lovia.
Seal or coat of arms? Edit
When Arthur I built this nation, he wondered which symbol he could use for official organisations. As he was from Belgium, where coats of arms and other old heraldic symbols are frequently used, he would have chosen that. But he knew that Americans use seals. So, seals is was.
Seals of places Edit
Seals of states are:
Seals of institutions and companies Edit
Departments and institutions Edit
Police departments Edit
Seals by design Edit
The Sofasi Design Edit
- Darkblue (mostly navy) seals, bordered by yellow tints, possibly with other colors. Eg. Sofasi.
The Downtown Design Edit
- Seals borderd with grey and black.
The Sylvania Design Edit
- Seals of which the center is (based on) an image of a landscape.
Seals in other seals or flags Edit
Flags or seals in which seals are used:
References and notes Edit
- ↑ Source: Wiktionary.
- ↑ Note: this design has some minor differences with the rest of the Downtown Designs, for example the wider white border.