Last modified: 2017-02-05 by rob raeside
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As king, George VI used the royal standard.
image by Martin Grieve, 21 April 2007
Based on Flaggenbuch (1926)
Royal Standard differenced by three point label charged with one blue anchor.
Although Albert Frederick Arthur George became King George VI in December 1936, he was never Prince of Wales, as that title was held by his elder brother Edward, who abdicated shortly after becoming King Edward VIII.
David Prothero, 21 April 2007
image provided by Argyle Museum Settlers, Rails & Trails Inc., 15 January 2017
Continued in: Reign of Elizabeth II