The Miscellaneous Flags and Seals ClipArt gallery offers 50 miscellaneous images of flags and seals from around the word used to represent cities, unions, military divisions, and businesses.

The seal of Sir Edmund Andros, the 3rd and 5th Royal Governor of colonial Maryland.

Great Seal of Andros

The seal of Sir Edmund Andros, the 3rd and 5th Royal Governor of colonial Maryland.

The seal for the city of Chichester, England.

Arms of Chichester

The seal for the city of Chichester, England.

Banner of the expedition of Columbus.

banner

Banner of the expedition of Columbus.

"In the church of St. Mary, at Bury St. Edmunds, the ceiling of the eastern compartment of the south aisle, once the chantry of John Baret, is richly painted and diapered with beautifully drawn collars of SS, each collar enclosing the monogram of this zealous Lancastrian, I.B."—Aveling, 1891

Monogram of John Baret

"In the church of St. Mary, at Bury St. Edmunds, the ceiling of the eastern compartment of the south…

"Star of the Order of the Black Eagle." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Black Eagle

"Star of the Order of the Black Eagle." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

The seal representing Bolton or Bolton le Moors, a municipal and parliamentary borough of England.

Bolton

The seal representing Bolton or Bolton le Moors, a municipal and parliamentary borough of England.

The Arm of Boston, the parliamentary and municipal borough and seaport town in England.

Boston

The Arm of Boston, the parliamentary and municipal borough and seaport town in England.

The seal of Bridgenorth, a parliamentary and municipal borough and market town of England, in the county of Shropshire, on both sides of the Severn.

Bridgenorth

The seal of Bridgenorth, a parliamentary and municipal borough and market town of England, in the county…

A seal representing the city of Bridgewater.

Bridgewater

A seal representing the city of Bridgewater.

A seal representing the city of Bridport, England.

Bridport

A seal representing the city of Bridport, England.

A seal representing the city of Brighton, England.

Brighton

A seal representing the city of Brighton, England.

A seal representing the city of Bristol, England.

Bristol

A seal representing the city of Bristol, England.

The seal for the city of Chester, England.

City Arms

The seal for the city of Chester, England.

A seal representing the town of Colchester, England.

Colchester

A seal representing the town of Colchester, England.

"A market-town and municipal borough of England, in the county of Cheshire, near the border of Staffordshire, 26 miles south of Manchester by rail. it is finely situated in a deep valley, on the banks of the dane, a tributary of the Weaver." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Congleton

"A market-town and municipal borough of England, in the county of Cheshire, near the border of Staffordshire,…

The seal for the civil corporation of Durham and Framwellgate.

Corporation Seal

The seal for the civil corporation of Durham and Framwellgate.

"Corporation Seal." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Corporation Seal

"Corporation Seal." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"A royal and parliamentary burgh and seaport, situated on the east coast of Scotland, in the county of Forfar, on the north bank of the Firth of Tay, twelve miles from the confluence of that estuary with the German Ocean. It is the third town in Scotland as regards to population, and the second in commercial importance." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Dundee

"A royal and parliamentary burgh and seaport, situated on the east coast of Scotland, in the county…

The seal used to symbolize the monarch's approval of important state documents.

Great Seal of England Under the Commonwealth

The seal used to symbolize the monarch's approval of important state documents.

St. Isabella is a military decoration of Europe.

St. Isabella

St. Isabella is a military decoration of Europe.

St. Michael and St. George are military decorations of Europe.

St. Michael and St. George

St. Michael and St. George are military decorations of Europe.

The Bath is a military decoration of Europe.

The Bath

The Bath is a military decoration of Europe.

The Black Eagle is a military decoration of Europe.

The Black Eagle

The Black Eagle is a military decoration of Europe.

The Garter is a military decoration of Europe.

The Garter

The Garter is a military decoration of Europe.

The Golden Fleece is military decoration of Europe.

The Golden Fleece

The Golden Fleece is military decoration of Europe.

The Legion of Honor is a military decoration of Europe.

The Legion of Honor

The Legion of Honor is a military decoration of Europe.

The White Elephant is military decoration of Europe.

The White Elephant

The White Elephant is military decoration of Europe.

Totem or tribe mark of the Five Nations.

Five Nations

Totem or tribe mark of the Five Nations.

The seal of Harvard University in Massachusetts.

Seal of Harvard

The seal of Harvard University in Massachusetts.

"The royal seal or signet used by the Chaldean and Assyrian kings was in the form of a small cylinder, having figures and characters engraved in the surface. This cylinder when rolled upon wax or other plastic substance left the king's name and emblems set in relief upon the material used in sealing."

The Seal of Ilgi

"The royal seal or signet used by the Chaldean and Assyrian kings was in the form of a small cylinder,…

Thomas Jefferson's seal with the motto: "Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God."

Jefferson's Seal

Thomas Jefferson's seal with the motto: "Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God."

A crest with a lion and a castle.

Lion Crest

A crest with a lion and a castle.

The official seal of Sir Thomas Lucy, a magistrate who persecuted recusant Catholic families. The seal consists of three white luces interlaced.

Seal of Sir Thomas Lucy

The official seal of Sir Thomas Lucy, a magistrate who persecuted recusant Catholic families. The seal…

The seal of the Council for New England, during the colonial era.

Seal of the Council for New England

The seal of the Council for New England, during the colonial era.

New Netherland, 1614–1674, is the name of the former Dutch territory on the eastern coast of North America in the 17th century.

Seal of New Netherland

New Netherland, 1614–1674, is the name of the former Dutch territory on the eastern coast of North…

An old colony seal of New Plymouth.

Old Colony Seal

An old colony seal of New Plymouth.

"The religious Order of the Heavenly Annunciation, or of the Nuns of the Annunciation of Mary, was instituted by Victoria Fornare at Genoa in 1682, after the rule of St. Augustine. All the convents of the order in France, Germany, and the Netherlands have disappeared since the French Revolution. Some still exist in Italy." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Order of the Annunciation

"The religious Order of the Heavenly Annunciation, or of the Nuns of the Annunciation of Mary, was instituted…

"Star of the order of the Thistle." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Order of the Thistle

"Star of the order of the Thistle." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

A seal of the French Republic, 1792-1804.

Seal of the French Republic

A seal of the French Republic, 1792-1804.

The Schuylers were foremost among early Albany's founders and leaders and became one of the most prominent New Netherland families in colonial New York.

Schuyler Arms

The Schuylers were foremost among early Albany's founders and leaders and became one of the most prominent…

The seal of the Bishop of Salisbury.

Bishop of Salisbury's Seal

The seal of the Bishop of Salisbury.

The riddle in this "Riddle-seal of Oxford" is an 'ox' crossing a 'ford.' "A seal which contains a rebus, riddle, or other descriptive device." -Whitney, 1911

Riddle Seal

The riddle in this "Riddle-seal of Oxford" is an 'ox' crossing a 'ford.' "A seal which contains a rebus,…

Hoisting the skating flag on the Belvedere in Central Park, New York.

Skating Flag

Hoisting the skating flag on the Belvedere in Central Park, New York.

The coat of arms of Captain John Smith.

Smith's Coat of Arms

The coat of arms of Captain John Smith.

The seal and signature of William Tryon. Tryon was the royal governor North Carolina and New York. The history of Tryon's administration is a record of folly, extortion, and crime, and he gained the name of "The Wolf of North Carolina." He was governor of New York when the Revolutionary War broke out, and he was the last governor of that province appointed by the crown.

Seal and Signature of Tryon

The seal and signature of William Tryon. Tryon was the royal governor North Carolina and New York. The…

"Vexillum." — Greenough, 1899

Vexillum

"Vexillum." — Greenough, 1899

A flag-like object. The cloth was draped from a horizontal cross suspended from the staff. It was a treasured symbol of the military and was closely defended in combat.

Vexillum

A flag-like object. The cloth was draped from a horizontal cross suspended from the staff. It was a…

Washington's Private Seal incorporates the same design which can be found in Washington's Arms. The coat of arms of George Washington, President of the United States of America from 1789 to 1797, were first used to identify the family in the twelfth century, when one of George Washington's ancestors took possession of Washington Old Hall, then in County Durham, in north-east England.

Washington's Private Seal, 1783

Washington's Private Seal incorporates the same design which can be found in Washington's Arms. The…

Washington's Seal incorporates the same design which can be found in Washington's Arms. The coat of arms of George Washington, President of the United States of America from 1789 to 1797, were first used to identify the family in the twelfth century, when one of George Washington's ancestors took possession of Washington Old Hall, then in County Durham, in north-east England.

Washington's Seal (From a Letter to Bouquet, 1758)

Washington's Seal incorporates the same design which can be found in Washington's Arms. The coat of…

Serious American students of theology and divinity, particularly in New England, regarded Hebrew as a classical language, along with Greek and Latin, and essential for study of the Old Testament in the original words. The Reverend Ezra Stiles, president of the College from 1778 to 1795, brought with him his interest in the Hebrew language as a vehicle for studying ancient Biblical texts in their original language (as was common in other schools), requiring all freshmen to study Hebrew (in contrast to Harvard, where only upperclassmen were required to study the language) and is responsible for the Hebrew words "Urim" and "Thummim" on the Yale seal.

Seal of Yale University

Serious American students of theology and divinity, particularly in New England, regarded Hebrew as…