Based on a wood and painted eagle carved by John Haley Bellamy, ca. 1900. According to the law of 1782, the shield is born of the breast of the American eagle without any supporters, to denote that the United States of America should rely on its own virtue. The colors of the shield are those used in the American flag. White signifies purity and innocence; red, hardiness and valor, and blue signifies vigilance, perseverence, and justice.
Set of seven enamel pins on golden backing. Contains Bonnie Blue, 1st National, 2nd National, 3rd National, Navy Jack, and Battle flags, as well as a pin with 3 flags. Each pin is roughly 7/8 wide and between 5/8 and 7/8 tall.
The most detailed and colorful version of the Great Seal of the Confederate States of America we have ever offered. The vivid colors bring out the images featured on the seal like never before. Pin measures 1.25.