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image by Paul W. Newton, 7 May 2004
Louisville and Jefferson County merged into a metro government in January 2003. This is the document enacting their seal and flag.
Paul W. Newton, 7 May 2004
A blue flag, with the seal centered - a large gold fleur-de-lis, two gold stars, the date 1778 in blue, LOUISVILLE JEFFERSON COUNTY in gold, and METRO in white on a blue background all written around the rim.
image by Clayton Horner, 21 October 2016
I picked this flag up some time ago on eBay. It is 4 foot x 6 foot in size, and I do not know why it is different from the one shown above.
Clayton Horner, 21 October 2016
image by Chris, 3 April 2000
The stars represented the 13 states which existed at Louisville's founding in 1778, while Kentucky was part of Virginia. The fleur-de-lis are in honor of King Louis XVI of France, after whom Louisville was named because of the support of France during the American Revolution.
Chris, 3 April 2000
image located by Aleksandar Nemet, 27 August 2009
I found here another flag of Louisville, KY: www.whylouisville.com/catalog/reg/91_reg.jpg.
Aleksandar Nemet, 27 August 2009
This is the flag of the period right before consolidating.
Valentin Poposki, 27 August 2009