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Centred Upright Crosses (St. George-type black on white) on Flags (Overview)

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Below is a selection of flags that have an upright centred cross (as in the St. George's Cross). Fimbriations are indicated in parentheses following. Crosses in italics are proposals, or flags of uncertain or dubious status. Countries are identified by the leading boldface ISO3166 abbreviation, as listed on this page.

Regular St. George-type cross flags



BE Izegem
CH Köniz, Saint-Sophorin-sur-Morges, Arnex-sur-Orbe
CZ Milnické Vtelno,
DE Cologne 1475-1794, Zulpich, NWLippstadt County, German Colonial League, False War Ensign (used 1990+) (white, red), Normannia Rowing Club, Rostocker RC 1885 (white,black), RC Germania Boppard (white, black), RC Undine (white, black), WV Waldshut, Vegesacker Rowing Club, der Stahlhelm (white, black), Otto Giese Shipping, Ruder-Club “Neptun”(1877-1883) (white, black), ATV zu Berlin (white, black), RV Erlangen, RV Friedrichshafen, RV Neptun Konstanz, Vegesacker Ruderverein (white, black), Weilburger RV, WSV Waldshut, Offenbacher RC Germania 1903
Duchy of Brittany, Côtes d’Amour, Brest historical, Tourcoing, Fédération Régionaliste de Bretagne (white, black), Breton traditionalists, Club Nautique Hoedicais, Kadarn Brittany
GB Flintshire
Deutscher T.R.V., Rotterdam (white, black) Finistère section of Renouveau Français
NZ Kaiapoi Shipping & Trading Co. Ltd.
RU Russia White Legion 88 (yellow, black)
Flag in fiction: Friendlies in Dorsai/Childe novels

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