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Montserrat Flag

Montserrat Flag

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Our Montserrat flags are produced in the traditional 2:1 ratio used for National flags in the UK so this flag will match others of the same size if you are flying several flags together. We use a MOD grade Knitted Polyester which has been tested for its durability and suitability for production of flags.

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History of the Montserrat Flag

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Trivia
The badge on the flag reflects the Irish ancestry on the island.
Technical Specifications
Adopted 25th January 1999 (originally 1960)
Proportion 1:2
Design A British Blue Ensign with the Badge of Montserrat centre right.
Colours
PMS Blue: 281 Red: 032 Green: 363 Brown: 468
Brief History

From 1833 Monserrat was joined together with several British colonies to create the Leeward Islands. Each colony would use The British Blue Ensign of the Leeward Islands to represent them. The badge seen on the ensign featured a galley between two islands and a large pineapple.

In 1958 the colonies became part of the West Indies Federation. The flag adopted was a blue field with orange disc in the centre and two white wavy lines either side. The flag represents the reflection of the sun on the sea.

Even though Montserrat was granted a badge in 1909, it wasn’t until 1960 that an official British Blue Ensign was adopted. In 1999 the badge was made slightly larger to fit in with other British Ensigns.

The Badge of Monserrat

The badge of Monserrat was adopted in 1906. It features a woman in a green dress embracing a cross while holding a harp on a blue and brown background.  The Female represents Erin, the symbol of freedom for Ireland.

The Flag of the Governor of Montserrat

The Flag of the Governor was adopted in 1958. It features a Union Flag defaced with a laurel bordered white disc and badge of Monserrat.

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