Product images of Ensign, Turkey and Ottoman Empire (after 1844)
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Ensign, Turkey and Ottoman Empire (after 1844)
The flag of Turkey and its empire from 1844 - this design was used both as a naval and a merchant ensign. It is made of wool bunting with a cotton hoist and is hand sewn. A rope is attached for hoisting. The flag is red with a white crescent and star (the star has six points, not the correct five). Marked in ink on the hoist: 'Adl. King C.B. 13'. The flag has been repaired with darning. It belonged to the Duckworth-King family and relates to the collection of flags associated with Admiral Sir George St. Vincent Duckworth-King (1809-1891).George King was promoted to flag rank in 1862 and from Companion of the Bath (C.B.) to Knight Commander (K.C.B) in 1873.
Original size: 940 mm x 1600 mm
- Image reference: L0137
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London