The symbol of the United States which appears on the back of the one dollar bill.

The obverse depicts a Bald Eagle, displayed, the body of which is covered by a shield. The shield has thirteen vertical stripes starting with white and alternating with red. In chief (the top third or so of the shield) is a blue field. Above the eagle is an arrangement of thirteen five pointed stars in the shape of a six pointed star. This arrangement is emitting rays.
The eagle is holding in its beak a ribbon bearing the inscription E Pluribus Unum. In its right talon it clutches an olive branch bearing thirteen leaves and thirteen berries. In its left talon it clutches thirteen arrows.

The reverse bears a depiction of the Eye in the Pyramid, standing on a plain with hills in the background and a few clouds in the sky. The base of the pyramid bears the Roman numeral for 1776, MDCCLXXVI. Above the pyramid appear the words Annuit COEptus. Below the pyramid is a scroll with the words Novus Ordo Seclorum.