Seal of Connecticut

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The Connecticut State Seal

The Connecticut State Seal is the seal of the U.S. State of Connecticut. It became that in May of 1784. It has three grapevines and a ribbon inside. The outer edges of the seal say SIGILLUM REIPUBLICÆ CONNECTICUTENSIS (or "Seal of the State of Connecticut").

The first seal was in 1639. It changed between then and 1784.