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Seal of the Marshall Islands

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The seal of the Marshall Islands consists of a blue background, which represents the sea. On the blue background, there is an angel with outstretched wings symbolizing peace. Behind the angel, there are two islands with an outrigger canoe and a palm tree. On the upper left and right in the shield are a red and white stripe. Behind the shield there is a stylized nautical chart. In the ring above the shield is the phrase Republic of the Marshall Islands, and below, the national motto, Jepilpilin ke Ejukaan (Marshallese: "Accomplishment Through Joint Effort").

Seal of the Marshall Islands
Seal of the Marshall Islands.svg
ArmigerRepublic of the Marshall Islands
Adopted1986
Blazona blue or white background with an angel with outstretched wings with two orange and white stripes found from the National Flag emanating an angel through the rays of light and the large white star with four large rays and twenty small rays also found from the National Flag on top of the angel and in between the rays, the pestle made of the giant clam (Tridacna Gigas) to the left and the fishing net to the right and on the bottom, an atoll with palm trees to the left and an ourigger canoe on the sea to the right and on the sea is the stylized nautical chart and the listel with the Name of the Emblem itself: "SEAL"
MottoJEPILPILIN KE EJUKAAN
"Accomplishment Through Joint Effort"

GOVERNMENT OF THE MARSHALL ISLANDS
or
REPUBLIC OF THE MARSHALL ISLANDS
Other elementsthe disk is encircled by the Name of the State on the top and the National Motto on the bottom and the chain of rings surrounded the Emblem.