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  • Seal Refrence/History, ala Presidential, Corp, Univ. ect.

    Need as thorough a collection of seals as I can get, especially the old ones;

    Government, Company, Schools, ect.

    I cannot find a gallery or a book on seals because I keep getting the kind to make coats out of (the kind you club), not the logos, and then there are a lot of official releases by the gov. and schools of seals for official use. No "best of" or "classics" collections

    Thought I was a pretty swauve googlist and I'm stumped.

  • #2
    A while back I saw a car in Washington DC with an awesome front license plate. It was very shiny, and had the presidential seal on it. I spent months trying to find one similar, but couldnt. I was so bummed. Thats the only experience I have with seals.

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    • #3
      try doing searches for "emblems"
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      • #4

        unfortunately, this is the only seal I've ever seen.

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        • #5
          thanks Craig

          Originally posted by Craig B
          try doing searches for "emblems"
          I didn't think of "emblems", there is a ton of stuff out there and it includes all the automotive stuff that is also relevant. Thanks alot

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