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image by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 24 December 2005
- indicates flag is known.
- indicates it is reported that there is no known flag.
Municipal flags in Bucks County:
A description of the flag of Bucks county in Pennsylvania, is at www.buckscounty.org/about/index.aspx:
"The Flag of Bucks County
The Bucks County Flag incorporates the county seal that was inspired by William Penn. With Blue and Gold adopted as the official County Colors in 1962, the Bucks County Commissioners designed the flag as a "Gold Emblem on Field of Blue." The green band around the seal represents the natural beauty that continues to inspire people who come to Bucks County. The field of blue is standard flag proportion-2 units vertically to 3 units horizontally. The gold emblem is centered and takes roughly the center third (width-wise) of the Flag. The flag is trimmed in standard gold color fringe."