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Marryat Signal Flags

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Captain Frederick Marryat's Code of Signals for the Merchant Service first appeared in 1817 and was reportedly quite popular, going through several editions before being supplanted by the International Code of Signals (Wilson in Flags at Sea notes that the Marryat flags were still seen in use as late as 1890).

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Numeric 0

[Marryat Signal 0]

Numeric 1

[Marryat Signal 1]

Numeric 2

[Marryat Signal 2]

Numeric 3

[Marryat Signal 3]

Numeric 4

[Marryat Signal 4]

Numeric 5

[Marryat Signal 5]

Numeric 6

[Marryat Signal 6]

Numeric 7

[Marryat Signal 7]

Numeric 8

[Marryat Signal 8]

Numeric 9

[Marryat Signal 9]


[Marryat rendezvous pennant]

Telegraph pennant

[Marryat telegraph pennant]

First Distinction Pennant

[Marryat First Distinction pennant]

Second Distinction Pennant

[Marryat second distinction pennant]

Third Distinction Pennant

[Marryat third distinction pennant]

Fourth Distinction Pennant

[Marryat fourth distinction pennant]

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