Scottish Standard National Flag Sewn
Sewn National Flag
- 140gsm woven fabric
- Double stitched top and bottom hem with triple stitching on the fly edge.
- Anti Fray netting can be added as an optional extra prolonging the life span of your flag.
- Rope and toggle finish as standard. Compatible with most standard external and internal flagpole halyard systems.
- Eyelets are a no cost optional extra
- Inglefield clips and spinnaker clips are available at an extra cost.
- Reinforced header tape
- Manufactured in house to MOD specification.
Sewn flags manufactured in bold colour fast colours that are resistant to the ageing effects of the sun. Our flags are made to the highest quality and are designed for regular use on outdoor flagpoles. If you would like more information call our sales team on 0161 653 6381.
There is a second flag which is associated with Scotland, the 'Rampant Lion', or Royal Flag of Scotland. Although based on an older Scottish flag than the St Andrew's Cross, it should, strictly speaking, now only be used by the monarch in relation to her capacity as Queen in Scotland. However, it is widely used as a second national flag. The Rampant Lion flag flies over the offices of the Secretary of State for Scotland (who is representative of the UK government in Scotland); the is Dover House in London and New St Andrew's House in Edinburgh. King George V signed a Royal Warrant in 1934 allowing the use of the Rampant Lion flags as 'a mark of loyalty' because of the forthcoming Jubilee celebrations. The Lord Lyon officially now takes the view that this permission 'related to decorative ebullition', that is, it is permissable to wave the flag at football matches. It is however, not allowable to fly the flag without permission, on a flagpole or from a building. The Lord Lyon once threatened the town councillors of Cumbernauld with an Act passed in 1679 which prescribed the death penalty for mis-use of the royal arms
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