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Republic of Lucca (1799-1809) (Tuscany, Italy)

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Roberto Breschi, in his presantation: "Flags in Italy under Napoleon's pressure" at ICV 20 in Stockholm, reported about the Lucca Republic: The Republic used the flag reported by Jaume as 1801-1805 only from 1803. The 1805-1809 flag was the flag of the Principality of Lucca and Piombino 1805-1809. He didn't mention 1799-1801 flag at all.
Dov Gutterman, 4 August 2003

1799-1801


by Jaume Olle and Jorge Candeias, 5 January 1999

Republic of Lucca ,between 1799-1801, was a state under french influence,and used flag with the current italian colors.
Jaume Olle, 18 October 1998

1801-1805


by Jaume Olle and Jorge Candeias, 5 January 1999

After 1801 and until 1803 the white over red flag was in use . Between 1803 and 1805 new flag was hoisted.
Jaume Olle, 18 October 1998

1805-1809


by Jaume Olle and Jorge Candeias, 5 January 1999

On 8 August 1805 Lucca adopted another flag, that was in use until 1809, when Lucca was merged on Tuscany. I used the shade of blue similar to the one of the Etruria Kingdom.
Jaume Olle' 18 October 1998