Royal Standard - Former Royal Standards

Former Royal Standards

  • Royal Standard of France (before 1792; 1814-1830)
  • Personal Standards of the Kings of Portugal (until 1910)
  • Queen's Personal Maltese Flag, also known as the Royal Standard of Malta (1967-1974)
  • Queen's Personal Mauritian Flag, also known as the Royal Standard of Mauritius (1968-1992)
  • Queen's Personal Trinidadian Flag, also known as the Royal Standard of Trinidad and Tobago (1966-1976)
  • Royal Bend of Castile, the battle standard of the Castilian monarchs (from the Middle Ages to the 16th century)
  • Royal Standard of Egypt (1923-1953)
  • Royal Standard of England (c. 1198-1603)
  • Royal Standard of Nepal
  • Royal Standard of Yugoslavia (1922-1937)

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