The seal now used as the Great Seal of this State and bearing the arms of this State
shall be the Great Seal of this State. It is emblazoned as follows: Party per fess, or and argent, the first charged with
a garb (wheat sheaf) in bend dexter and an ear of maize (Indian Corn) in bend sinister,
both proper; the second charged with an ox statant, ruminating, proper; fess, wavy
azure, supporters on the dexter a husbandman with a hilling hoe, on the sinister a
rifleman armed and accoutred at ease. Crest, on a wreath azure and argent, a ship under full sail, proper, with the words
“Great Seal of the State of Delaware,” the dates “1704, 1776, and 1787,” and the words
“Liberty and Independence” engraved thereon.
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