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Flag, Federal Republic of Central America
Flag of the Republica Federal de Centro America (1825-1838) captured in Nicaragua in the action at Serapaqui in 1848 by Captain Granville Gower Loch (1813-53), HMS 'Alarm'. The fly half of a cotton flag, dyed unevenly a pale blue, with a horizontal white stripe across the centre. Painted on the centre stripe in black, is a triangle containing a row of volcanoes with a cap of liberty above, the sea is depicted below the triangle. The legend surrounding the arms: 'REPVB[LICA FEDERAL DEL CE]NTRO AMERICA'. Traces of a second badge can be seen sketched on the white stripe. White cord has been hand sewn into the torn edge of the flag.
Original size: 965 mm x 1067 mm
- Image reference: L0106
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Royal United Service Institution Collection