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Graauw en Langendam (The Netherlands)

Hulst municipality, Zeeland province

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[Graauw en Langendam flagproposal (c. 1970)] by Jarig Bakker, 23 Oct 2004
proposal by Ir. A.J. Beenhakker (c.1970)

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Graauw en Langendam flagproposal (c. 1970)

Graauw en Langendam was a municipality in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen, since 1970 part of Hulst.
Flagproposal: blue with a diagonal yellow stripe from bottom hoist to top fly; in top hoist a yellow St. James shell.
The dam (Langendam) is symbolized by the rising yellow stripe; fishery by the St. James shell.
Source: Anton Jansen's "Vlaggen"-magazine, #71, 1991, with proposals for Zeeuws-Vlaanderen municipal flags by Ir. A.J. Beenhakker, courtesy of Mr. Hans van Heijningen.
Jarig Bakker, 23 Oct 2004

Graauw en Langendam Coat of Arms

[Graauw en Langendam Coat of Arms] by Jarig Bakker, 23 Oct 2004, based on the Koffie Hag Album.
Granted 31 Jul 1817

Coat of Arms: Azure a dam, on which a gate, all or.