Flags

Schuyler Flag

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General John Schuyler had served with The British (and later French), during the American French-Indian Wars. The Father-In-Law of American patriot Alexander Hamilton, Sc …

Streamers

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From it's Medieval meaning, Streamers were small (and often long) pieces of cloth or silk – used to determine the allegiance of Troops aboard Medieval ships. They b …

Chinese Qing Dynasty Standard

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The Qing Flag is considered the “first” official Flag of China. Used from 1644 until 1912, it was a Yellow field which featured a Blue and White Dragon (symbo …

Gerald's Regiment of Foot Flag

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Many Royalist Units raised in the “outer” Regions of England during The Civil War tended to use a light blue and gold motif in their battle and field flags. T …

Flag of The 2nd Continental Light Dragoons

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Formed in Connecticut (1776), The 2nd Regiment of Light Dragoons, were one of the first Units deployed by the young United States, in their War against Great Britain. As …

American 2nd Massachusetts Regiment

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The Green Banner (also called The ''Headman Flag'') of The 2nd Massachusetts Regiment was raised in 1778, in Boston. Consisting of an entire Green Field, it featured a ci …

Lord Brooke's Regiment of Foot Flag

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Raised in 1642 in support of The Parliamentarian Cause, this English Civil War Flag was used by Lord Brooke to rally his Warwickshire recruits. The purple color of the F …

Earl of Essex's Troop of Horse Flag

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A Parliamentarian Regiment, The Troop of Horse was raised in 1642 (London). They participated in over 15 major and minor engagements with Royalist Forces. Originally inde …

Gell's Infantry Regiment Flag

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Another Parliamentarian Unit, it was raised in 1642 at Derbyshire. The Regiment the Regiment participated in most the the important Sieges of The English Civil War. The C …

Jacobite Flags

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The Jacobites were a political faction of Scotland which contested The English Line of Succession in relation to King and Queen William and Mary. The Jacobites “fav …