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Azerbaijan: Naval pennants

Last modified: 2002-06-14 by ivan sache
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Commander of a Group

[Commander of a group]by Zeljko Heimer

Pennant consisting of the naval flag in hoist and red swallowtailed fly.
Ratio 1:5.
Indentation seems to be about 4/3 of hoist.

Source: Album des Pavillons [pay00], which also shows a flag for the Commander of a Group.

Zeljko Heimer, 21 January 2001


Commander of a Division

[Commander of a Division]by Zeljko Heimer

Pennant of the same design as for the Commander of a Group, with blue fly part.
Ratio 1:5.
Indentation seems to be about 4/3 of hoist.

Source: Album des Pavillons [pay00]

Zeljko Heimer, 21 January 2001


Senior Officer Afloat

[Senior Officer Afloat]by Zeljko Heimer

Pennant of the same design as for the Commander of a Group, with white fly part, divided from the hoist part with a black line.
Ratio 1:5.
Indentation seems to be about 4/3 of hoist.

Source: Album des Pavillons [pay00]

Zeljko Heimer, 21 January 2001


Masthead pennant

[Masthead pennant]by Zeljko Heimer

Long swallowtailed pennant with the naval flag in hoist and the National tricolor in fly part. The vertical construction seems to be as 1:2:3:2:1 (pennant top to fly top end : fly top end to red stripes: red stripe: red stripe to bottom fly end: bottom fly end to bottom of the flag).
Indentation looks like about 4 hoist sizes.
Overall ratio approximately 1:12.

Source: Album des Pavillons [pay00]

Zeljko Heimer, 21 January 2001


Colour specifications

The colour approximations given in Album des Pavillons [pay00] are:

  • Blue: Pantone Process blue c
  • Red: Pantone 1795 c
  • Green: Pantone 355 c
  • Light blue: Pantone 549 c

I made the above images approximating those colours to closest BS (browser-safe) colour. The two blue shades seem on the screen very similar (though yet clearly different), but the difference is much more observable in printing (an in practice, I guess) since the process blue is more lively than in on-screen look.

Zeljko Heimer, 21 January 2001





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