Last modified: 2015-07-28 by ivan sache
Keywords: ensign: customs | coat of arms (spain) | crown: royal open (blue) | letters: 2 (blue) | hh |
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image by Luis Miguel Arias, 04 Jul 2003; exported to GIF by Santiago Dotor
Flag adopted December 1945, abolished 21st January 1977
Certain government agency/ministry flags had the arms centered. For example, (...) Customs had a crowned "H" on either side of the arms [Hacienda ie. Treasury].
Nick Artimovich, 25 Apr 1996
In Pedersen 1971: "Customs Service. H stands for Hacienda ('Treasury')." I am sure it is related to the Customs Police Ensign but obviously a predecessor. The 'H' and crown appear [mistakenly] as light blue in the book.
Michael P. Smuda, 15 Jan 1999