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Following the link found by Joe Mc Millan - The Mystic Seaport Foundation, we can reach the 1911 Lloyd's flagbook, whose full title is (after the scan of the cover): 'Lloyd's book of house flags and funnels of the principal steamship lines of the world and the house flags of various lines of sailing vessels', published at Lloyd's Royal Exchange. London. E.C.
On p. 133, we have: #2028. Eugen Cellier, Hamburg. The flag is blue with a white diamond charged with red letters "E.C."
Ivan Sache, 14 Jan 2004
The flag is blue with a white lozenge touching the edges and red letters "EC" in the middle. Booooring! The caption is quite difficult to read. There's two words, starting with the initials in the flag, but I can't be sure about any of them. The second one is totally clurred, while the first one seems to read "Engt".
Jorge Candeias, 9 Jan 2005
In the centre of the blue flag is a white disc.
Source: Gratis Beilage zu Deicken und Behrmann's Neuen Monatsheften Neue Ausgabe Sommer 1897
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 24 Apr 2012
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