Royal Standards

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List Of Sri Lankan Flags - Historical Flags - Royal Standards
... Flag Date Use Description ???? - 1815 Royal Standard of King Sri Vikrama Rajasinha. ...
List Of Cornish Flags - Royal Standards
... Flag Date Use Description Pre-1695 Standard of the Duke of Cornwall 15 Cornish golden bezants on a black field ...
Royal Standard Of The United Kingdom - England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Overseas
... MacDonald if the harp quarter could be removed from the Royal Standard on the grounds that the Irish people had not given their consent to the Irish emblem being included ... The modern Royal Standard of the United Kingdom, apart from minor changes, (notably to the form of harp used to represent Ireland), dates to the reign of Queen Victoria ... Earlier Royal Standards of the United Kingdom incorporated the Arms of Hanover and of the Kingdom of France, representing the title of Elector (later King) of Hanover and the theoretical claim to the throne ...
Flag And Coat Of Arms Of Terengganu - Flag - Variants - Royal Standards
... royalty, mostly prominently the Sultan of Terengganu, fly their own Royal Standards ... The Sultan's Royal Standard consists of a white flag bearing a partial rendition of the state emblem, as well as a wreath of rice stalks and a motto ... to identify the flag to Terengganu's royal family ...

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