Product images of National flag of France (1794-1814, after 1830)
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
National flag of France (1794-1814, after 1830)
French national flag from 1794-1814, and after 1830. It is made of wool bunting with a linen hoist and is hand sewn. A rope and toggle is attached for hoisting. The red stripe is slightly wider indicating is use as an ensign and the proportions are slightly longer than the official specifications. It is marked in ink on the hoist: 'Adl. King C.B. II' as it belonged to Admiral Sir George St Vincent Duckworth King (1809-91). 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: 813 mm x 1448 mm
- Image reference: L0126
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London