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The term "Great Seal" is used by several governments to refer to the seal (emblem) that they use to authenticate certain documents. These include:
- Current countries
- Great Seal of Canada
- Great Seal of France
- Seal of the President of Ireland
- Seal of New Zealand
- Great Seal of the Realm (United Kingdom)
- Great Seal of the State (Peru)
- Great Seal (Philippines)
- Great Seal of the United States
- All pages beginning with "Great Seal of"
- Historic seals
- Great Seal of the Commonwealth (1655)
- Confederate Seal
- Public Seal of Hong Kong, the official seal prior to the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong
- Great Seal of the Irish Free State
- The Seal of Solomon is often referred to as the Great Seal
Great seal may also refer to:
- Great seal script, a traditional reference to Chinese writing from before the Qin dynasty
- Great Seal State Park, located in Chillicothe, Ohio
- Privy Seal, term sometimes used for the monarch's personal seal.
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