|1893–present||The Sunburst flag, based on the flag of the mythological warriors the Fianna.||Blue background with a golden sunburst showing partially in the bottom left corner. Used by nationalists and republicans.|
|1910s–present||The starry plough flag that succeeded the starry plough banner. Used by socialists, nationalists and republicans.||White stars on a light blue background.|
|1932–1933||Historical flag of Fine Gael as well as the Blueshirts paramilitary group that was a faction in Fine Gael. It bore the St. Patrick's Saltire defacing a dark blue background (dark blue being a historical Irish national colour).||A red saltire on a blue field.|
|Flag of a proposed independent Ulster nation. Used by Ulster nationalists.||St Andrew's Saltire overlayed with St Patrick's Cross, defaced with a golden six pointed star representing the six counties of Northern Ireland containing the red hand of Ulster.|
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