Product images of Imperial German naval ensign (1903-1921)
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Imperial German naval ensign (1903-1921)
Imperial German naval ensign 1903-21 pattern. From SMS 'Moltke' 1912. The ensign is made of wool bunting with a cotton hoist, and is machine stitched with the design printed. The selvedge edges on the top and bottom sides are re-enforced with machine stitching. Stencilled on the hoist: 'Sturm Flg 1,57 x 0, 95' and the initial 'W' with a crown above. A rope and Inglefield clip are attached to hoist the ensign. Design: a white field with a black cross overall, offset to the hoist and fimbriated white and black. The Prussian eagle on a white disc with a black edge in the centre. In the canton - a black, white, red flag bearing a black Iron Cross.
Original size: 914 mm x 1626 mm
- Image reference: L0132
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London