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The Hitman insignia is a recurring symbol that appears in the Hitman series.
The "Hitman Insignia" is an elusive symbol that has appeared multiple times throughout the Hitman series. The symbol's history and origins remain unknown, but the symbol is universally known as a heavily modified "Fleur de Lys", and is usually associated with Dr. Ort-Meyer's and Agent 47's belongings.
Hitman: Codename 47
The insignia first appeared ever in the loading screen of the mission Training, in Hitman: Codename 47. It then disappeared, only to reappear on the gates of Dr. Ort-Meyer's Asylum (which is also seen in Hitman 2: Silent Assassin), which then can be seen throughout his laboratory, and is formed by his pool of blood when finally killed by Agent 47 at the end of the game.
Hitman: Blood Money
In-game, it is engraved in many weapons and equipment that Agent 47 has, which includes items like his laptop. After Hitman: Contracts, the symbol is on the slides as well. It is also found on 47's equipment, such as his cell phone. In the 2007 film, Agent 47 wears a pair of silver cufflinks with his insignia enameled in red. Additionally, the PC version of Hitman: Codename 47, Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, Hitman: Contracts, and Hitman: Blood Money featured it as the application icon. In Hitman: Absolution, Agent 47 wears a tie pin with the insignia on it.