Petyr Baelish a.k.a Littlefinger comes from House Baelish whose sigil is "a grey stone head with fiery eyes, on a light green field". We also see he has crafted a mockingbirg to use as a personal sigil.
Letters/correspondence in Westeros are sealed with 1) the house sigil in wax or 2) the emblem of the position (e.g. the Hand of the King).
So my question is, what does Littlefinger use to seal his letters? I see three options:
- Sigil of House Baelish
- Personal Sigil
- Emblem of Master of Coin (if their is one)
Problems I have with each:
- Littlefinger seems on distancing himself from his humble background and creating a new identity, which would lead me to believe he would use personal sigil (as we see on the ship's sails he uses to
- Would other Lords recognize his personal sigil? I know Baelish is infamous as Master of Coin, but do all the Lords know his name directly? Would it matter, since once the letter is opened it is also signed?
- I am not sure that the Master of Coin is shown to have its own emblem like the Hand of the King does. Also, he does not hold this position anymore.