The Great Seal of The United States Is The National Seal of United States of America. The National Seal Used to Authenticate Certain Documents Issued by The U.S.
Federal Government. It Is Also Used By The U.S. Secretary of State. The Great Seal was first used publicly in 1782. The Seal Most Noticeably Found On the Cover of United States Passports.
On July 4, 1776, The Same day that Independence From Great Britain Was Declared by the Thirteen States. The Continental Congress Named the First Committee
to Design a Great Seal.