Martin Luther's Seal
(or the Luther Rose) In 1520, Martin Luther was invited to create a personal symbol to summarize his faith. Here is a copy of the first known printed version of the seal. It was very common in Luther’s day for public servants, theologians, political rulers, and others of some public note, to have a personal seal. This image is a colorized version of the original seal. The blue is a lighter shade than you usually see in most versions of Luther's Seal.