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Flag of Orzens, Switzerland (fotw); Flag and Arms of Medjimurje, Croatia (fotw); Flag of Valais, Switzerland (fotw)
Please note, we suggest that a glossary or dictionary of heraldry be consulted regarding the terms given above.
National Flag of Costa Rica (fotw); National Flag of the Central African Republic (fotw); Power Squadrons, US (fotw); Flag of Friesland, Netherlands (fotw).
Please note that flags bearing a fimbriated stripe (such as that on the flag of Gambia where the flanking stripes are narrower than the outer ones) should not be considered as multi-stripes, but as fimbriated tricolours - see 'fimbriated tricolour' (also ‘fimbriation’, ‘stripe’ and ‘tricolour’ ).
National of Gambia (fotw)
War and Merchant Flag of the Republic of Venice c1750 (fotw)
Cavalry flag c. 1150, Spain (fotw)
Arms of Bilov, Czechia (fotw)
Flag of Versailles, France (fotw)
Flag of Bilov, Czechia (fotw)
Arms and Flag of , Portugal (Wikipedia
Arms and Flag of Lleida, Spain (Wikipedia & fotw);
Heraldic Mural Crown (Parker)
Arms of Navarre 1931 - 1937, Spain (fotw); Flag of Arcos de Valdevez, Portugal (fotw); National Arms of Spain 1931 – 1939 (fotw); Flag of Évora, Portugal (fotw); Arms of Lleida, Spain (Wikipedia).
Arms and Flag of , Portugal (Wikipedia & fotw); Arms and Flag of Lleida, Spain (Wikipedia & fotw); Heraldic Mural Crown (Parker)
Please note that in some European heraldic systems, the number of towers and/or the number of crenelations is dependent upon the size and civic status of the municipality represented.
Mythical/Suppositious State Flag of Mississippi 1861 – 1865 (fotw); Mythical Civil Flag of the US (fotw)
Flag of Perugia, Italy (fotw); Arms of Volkovysskiy Rayon, Belarus (Vanya Poposki); Flag of Skiptvet, Norway (fotw)
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