Georgia State Seal
Georgia State Seal Pin
Adopted in 1777 Featuring the state coat of arms, an arch with three columns, the arch symbolizing the state Constitution and the columns representing the three branches of government (legislative, executive, and judicial), with the official state motto, "Wisdom, Justice, Moderation," are inscribed on scrolls that are wrapped around the columns. A man ) stands between the second and third columns, holding a drawn sword in his right hand, representing the military's defense of the Constitution. A border surrounds the coat of arms, with the words "State of Georgia, 1776" inscribed outside the arms.
Provided here for wear as a coat or hat pin for Pre- War, Confederate, Civilian Impressions, or for State Sporting Events. Choose your pin type depending on how you intend to wear it.
Choose to have a two prong pin back attached to the back for wear on a coat or hat, or choose a hole made at the top for wear as a watch fob.