State Seal of Pennsylvania
The state seal for ”The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania” also called ”The Great Seal of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania” is a two-sided seal.
The image of a ship, three sheaves of wheat, and a plow enclosed in a shield are imprinted on the obverse (front) of the seal. An eagle representing sovereignty is featured above the shield. The reverse side of the seal features Lady Liberty dominating a lion, representing the victory of freedom over tyranny. The words ”Both Can’t Survive” are written in the outer circle of the reverse side. The seal was authorized in 1791 and its official custodian is the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.