The thirteen stars, representing the 13 original states, do indeed form the Star of David (also known as “Solomon’s seal”).
– In G-d We Trust (All Others Pay Cash), Ask the Rabbi, Reb Meir Schuster, Ohr Somayach
CAMPBELL: Now, over on the eagle’s head are thirteen stars arranged in the form of a Star of David.
MOYERS: This used to be Solomon’s Seal.
– The Power of Myth, by Joseph Campbell，Bill Moyers
U.S. government versions of the Great Seal show the constellation of 13 stars in a hexagram pattern (two triangles intersecting to form a Six-Pointed Star).
– “Thirteen Stars Forming a Constellation”, GreatSeal.com
Over its head there appears a “glory” with 13 mullets (stars) on a blue field. In the current (and several previous) dies of the great seal, the 13 stars above the eagle are arranged in rows of 1-4-3-4-1, forming a Six-Pointed Star..
– Great Seal of the United States, Wikipedia