Product images of Russian Merchant ensign (1799-1917, after 1990)
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Russian Merchant ensign (1799-1917, after 1990)
A Russian merchant ensign. This design was in use 1799-1917 and was revived in 1990. The ensign is made of wool bunting with a linen hoist and is machine sewn. A rope and toggle is attached. Design: three horizontal stripes, white, blue and red. The name 'Carter' is inscribed in black ink on the hoist.
Original size: 889 mm x 1753 mm
- Image reference: L0146
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London