The Public Seal of Singapore consists of the National Coat of Arms of Singapore encircled by the words “Republic of Singapore”. It represents the Republic and is affixed to important documents of the State. The public seal is held by the President’s Office and comes under statutory protection.
Guidelines on the use of the Public Seal
The Public Seal is governed by the National Symbols Act 2022 and Regulations, which came into effect on 1 August 2023, and is reserved for official use only.
The Public Seal may only be used by or with the authority of the President, or as required or allowed by law.
For more information, view or enquire at https://www.istana.gov.sg/.