The Official Seal is an oval, circumscribed with “National Society Descendants of Colonial Indentured Servants” on a brown background. Within the oval, a scroll and a blue feathered quill lie upon a green field. The muted colors represent the land (green), sea (blue), and soil (brown) where indentured servants toiled for their livelihoods and eventual freedom.
The insignia of the Society shall be that of a medallion containing the seal design. The medallion shall be suspended from official society ribbon, signifying the colors of National Society Descendants of Colonial Indentured Servants, which shall be muted green, blue, and brown. Insignia shall be available in Standard and Miniature sizes.
The Wearing of Insignia
All members are entitled to receive, purchase and wear the official insignia. The Society insignia is worn on the left shoulder or with the seal suspended over the heart. A member may choose to wear miniature insignia en masse, or suspended from a branch bar. If miniatures are worn en masse, all insignia should be assembled in chronological order of the founding of each Society.
Additional Insignia are available from the Vice President General to members for $35 large and $25 miniature, postpaid.
The certificate is created in Indenture form, including a wax seal. It is signed by the President General and the member, just as two or more parties signed real indentures.