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Other Royal Flags 1806-1918 (Bavaria, Germany)

unidentified or mistaken

Last modified: 2012-10-19 by pete loeser
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Royal Palace Flag - 19th Century
Reported 1850

[Royal Palace Flag 1850 (Bavaria, Germany)] Image by Jaume Ollé and Jorge Candeias
N.B.: quarters 2 and 3 should bear a gold lion on a black field

Red flag with a canton of: quarterly 1 and 4 blue-white lozengy; 2 and 3 plain black. Usage is uncertain.
Norman Martin, August 1998

This flag is known to have existed at the beginning of the 19th century and it is supposed to had been a royal palace flag. The canton is quartered of Bavaria and Rhine Palatinate (sable, a double tailed lion or, crowned, armed and langued gules: not plain black).
Mario Fabretto, 3 August 1998


Wedding Flag - 19th Century
Reported 1842

[Royal? Wedding Flag 1842 (Bavaria, Germany)]
Image by Jaume Ollé

Reported as possibly for a "Royal" wedding, but unverified and undocumented.
Pete Loeser, 17 October 2012


Royal Yacht Pennant 1862
Reported 1862

[Royal Yacht Pennant 1862 (Bavaria, Germany)]
Image by Jaume Ollé

Reported as a possible design used for a Royal Yacht, but unverified and undocumented.
Pete Loeser, 17 October 2012


Royal Yacht Flag c1870

[Royal Yacht Flag c.1870 (Bavaria, Germany)] Image by Jaume Ollé

This flag shows the 1835 arms with the escutcheon with the orb, which was not used after 1804 which must mean that either it is a pre-1804 flag or that it is wrong.
Santiago Dotor, 21 June 2001


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