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To have a special or unique plaque manufactured makes a wonderful gift, addition to your memorabilia collection or a special retirement present. This US Marine Corps Seal is hand carved and painted from solid mahogany which has been treated and kiln dried to avoid warping and twisting. It is available in seven different sizes as standard but we can make any changes or modifications that you need. Please note that we do not use any stick on letters or inserts, these Military Plaques are manufactured by hand by our trained craftsmen.
Our staff have been specially trained to help you with any questions or design issues that you might have. Call us toll free on 1-877-543-6094.
If you want to have this beautiful plaque as a table decoration we can supply specially manufactured stands. For more information please call 1-877-543-6094.
The Marine Corps Seal, designed by the Marine Corps Uniform Board in accordance with instructions of the Commandant of the Marine Corps, then General Lemuel G. Shepherd, Jr., was adopted by Presidential Executive Order 10538 of 22 June 1954.
The traditional Marine Corps emblem - eagle, globe and foul anchor - forms the basic device of the Seal. Of these three, the eagle and the foul anchor are the most venerable, dating from 1800 when they first appeared on the Marine uniform button - a button which has remained to this day virtually unchanged from its original form. Influenced strongly by the design of the emblem of the British Royal Marines depicting as their domain the Eastern hemisphere, the U.S. Marines adopted in 1868 as their emblem a globe showing the Western hemisphere. To this was added the spread eagle and foul anchor from the button. Twelve years later the motto, "Semper Fidelis," completed the design.
The scarlet and gold surrounding the emblem are the official Marine Corps colors. These in turn are enclosed by Navy blue and gold signifying the Marine Corps as an integral part of the naval team.
Above Information Provided by USMC Public Affairs
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