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image by Paul Haines, 16 August 2022
based on image by William W. Smith, 16 July 2007
From personal observation, the flag of the Village of Nissequogue, in the Town of Smithtown, Suffolk County, NY is the village seal on a light blue field. The seal has a voided outer ring with the words Village of Nissequogue New York, and the area inside the ring is golden, with a wavy blue band bisecting it horizontally. On the golden area are three bulls heads, arranged 2 and 1, and on the band are three clams. The seal can be seen on the police patch at www.pdworks.com/suffolk/nissequogue.jpg.
Ned Smith, 17 September 2005