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"Turkish Navy" in a Dutch flag book (XIXth century)

[by António Martins

The flag is almost square (5:6 or 6:7), divided vertically red and white. On the red half is a very thin crescent pointing to the fly and a fairly dense eight-pointed star, both white.

António Martins, 3 September 2001

The flag is shown as #340 "Turkey Navy" on plate10, together with #339 "Turkey flag of war", which is made of two white crescents (a thicker crescent athoist and a thinner one at fly) placed on the same red-white vertically divided flag.

Nozomi Kariyasu, 3 September 2001

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