Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Virginia

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Seal of the Society



Seal of the Virginia Society

The Seal of the Virginia Society consists of the royal arms of King James I within a circle containing the name “SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA”; the dates of the Colonial period 1607-1775; and the phrase “EN DAT VIRGINIA QUINTUM”, which was taken from the coat of arms of the Virginia Company of London hailing the Virginia colony as “the fifth part” of the King’s dominions. The others were England and Wales (considered as one), France, Scotland, and Ireland.