San Marino Flag
Our San Marino flags are made 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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Our flags are manufactured to the highest standards. We offer flags in a choice of two materials, Hand Made National Flags, and Digitally Printed National Flags
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|Adopted||6th April 1862|
|Design||A blue and white horizontal bicolour with the San Marino coat of arms in the centre.|
|Colours||PMS - Light Blue: 2915 C; Sun Yellow: 7406 C; Golden Yellow: 124 C; Brown: 7559 C; Light Green: 576 C; Green: 7742 C; Dark Green: 7742 C; Sky Blue: 291 C; Blue: 7698 C; Grey: Cool; Grey 4 C; Black: Black C.
CMYK - Light Blue: 55% Cyan, 10% Magenta, 5% Yellow; Sun Yellow: 5% Cyan, 25% Magenta, 100% Yellow; Golden Yellow: 5% Cyan, 35% Magenta, 100% Yellow, 10% Black; Brown: 15% Cyan, 35% Magenta, 70% Yellow, 30% Black; Light Green: 47% Cyan, 10% Magenta, 70% Yellow; Green: 65% Cyan, 25% Magenta, 80% Yellow; Dark Green: 65% Cyan, 25% Magenta, 80% Yellow, 50% Black; Sky Blue: 47% Cyan, 8% Magenta, 7% Yellow; Blue: 70% Cyan, 30% Magenta, 20% Yellow, 20% Black; Grey: 30% Cyan; Black: 30% Black.
Not much is known about the original Old Flag of San Marino. It was an orange, white, purple tri-colour with the old emblem showing the three towers of San Marino in the centre. The more modern bicolour appeared in 1797, but it wasn’t till 1862 that the Supreme Council of San Marino made it official. The new version of the Coat of Arms was created in 2011 and the flag was altered. Also a Civil flag that doesn’t feature the coat of arms is occasionally flown.
Coat of Arms of San Marino
The Coat of Arms of San Marino has been used since the 14th Century. It wasn’t made official till 1862.
It features a depiction of the three towers of San Marino on a blue shield. Above is a gold crown and below is the motto in Latin “LIBERTAS”, meaning freedom. At either side of the shield is an oak and laurel branch.
In 2011 the Coat of Arms was simplified slightly.
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