King’s Colours – First Union Flag/Jack 1606-1807 – 5ft x 3ft

£5.95

5ft x 3ft (150 x 90cm) polyester display flag with white sleeve and two brass eyelets. These lightweight flags are beautifully printed and are ideal for indoor use and may be used outside in clement weather. The “King’s Colours” was the first Union Jack, which was used at sea from 1606, shortly after the union of the Scottish and English crowns in 1603 under James VI of Scotland (James I). After the political union between the two countries in 1707, the Union Flag was more prevalent on land also. From 1801, with the creation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the St Patrick’s cross was added to the flag, which is the one we use today.

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5ft x 3ft (150 x 90cm) polyester display flag with white sleeve and two brass eyelets. These lightweight flags are beautifully printed and are ideal for indoor use and may be used outside in clement weather.

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Weight 0.05 kg

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