List of Personal Standards of The Kings of Portugal

List Of Personal Standards Of The Kings Of Portugal

This is a list of personal standards of the Kings of Portugal.

Flag Description Century
King Manuel I personal Standard 16th Century
King Manuel I (alternative) personal Standard 16th Century
King Sebastian personal Standard used during the Battle of Alcácer Quibir 16th Century
King John IV personal Standart (first monarch of the House of Braganza) 17th Century
King Peter II personal Standard 17th Century
King John V personal Standard with the Order of Christ grand collar 18th Century
Personal Standard of the Kings of Portugal, from King John V on 18th Century
King Pedro IV personal Standard (aka Emperor Peter I of Brazil) 19th Century
Royal Standard variant used by King Peter V 19th Century

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