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Flags of the Queen's Jubilee, United Kingdom

Last modified: 2002-07-05 by rob raeside
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[Queen's jubilee flag] by Graham Bartram
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Description of the Flag

The above flag is one of the two designs being used for celebratory flags. The garland of flowers comprises roses, thistles, daffodils and shamrocks for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The flag is golden yellow with the centred garland, within it the crowned royal cypher (EIIR) all in blue, and the dates 1952 and 2002 on the hoist and fly, also in blue.

Francisco Manuel García, 12 June 2002

Regional Variants

[Queen's jubilee flag] by Graham Bartram

[Queen's jubilee flag] by Graham Bartram

The basic flag (without Cardiff text) was designed by Graham and - I think - approved by the Palace during a meeting there with him and Robin Ashburner. NOTE: 'approved' in this case means 'accepted', and not 'official'.

Charles Ashburner, 12 June 2002

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