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Other Princesses' Standard (Thailand)

Rajawong Yai Fai Nai

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[Other Princesses' Standard (Thailand)] 1:1
image by Calvin Paige Herring and Eugene Ipavec



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Description

From the Singha Beer source:

Rajawong Yai (Fai Nai)
The Rajawong Yai Fai Nai is a dark blue flag [like th-r-ops.gif above but the rectangular (hoist) part is 2:3 instead of 1:1] with a yellow circle in the center, inside which sits a red garuda. The flag and end - [sic!] is cut in the shape of a bird's tail.

Santiago Dotor, 27 Oct 1999


Other Princesses' Flag 1899-1910

Rajawong Fai Nai

['Rajawong Fai Nai' or Former Other Princes' Flag (Thailand)]
The blue border matches the original source's background and is not part of the flag
from the Singha Beer source

From the Singha Beer source:

The Rajawong (Fai Nai)
The dark blue flag carries the national coat of arms in the middle, above which lies the Chakkra —the symbol of Chakkri Dynasty— crowned by a trident, while above that sits the Crown of the Chakkri Kings. The flag end is shaped like the tail of a bird. The flag —the flag of the female members of the Royal Family— was initiated by King Rama V in B.E.2442 [1899 AD]. Known at that time as the Rajawong Flag, it was in use until B.E.2453 [1910 AD].

Santiago Dotor, 27 Oct 1999