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Aremberg 1771-1810 (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)

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Aremberg 1792-1803 (possibly 1771-1810)

[Aremberg 1792-1803 (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)]
by Jaume Ollé

A yellow-red-blue horizontal tricolor, the red stripe twice as wide as the other two and having at its center a white disk with the arms of Aremberg. In use at least from 1792, conceivably as early as 1771, to 1803, but possibly as late as 1810 (when it was annexed by France, on 13 December 1810). Illustrated in outline in Flag Bulletin no. 93, p. 67.

Norman Martin, April 1998


Aremberg 1807

[Aremberg 1807 (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)]
by Jaume Ollé

A yellow-red-blue horizontal tricolor, having at its center the arms of Aremberg. This has a reported use in 1807. It is not clear if this refers to the same flag. If it does one of the reports would be mistaken. On the other hand this may represent a modification of the earlier design.

Norman Martin, April 1998


Papenberg

Reported 1813, 1823, 1832 / Papenburg?

[Papenberg (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)]
by Jaume Ollé

A yellow-red-blue vertical tricolor. Possibly a flag of Aremberg. Illustrated in outline in Flag Bulletin no. 93, p. 70.

Norman Martin, April 1998

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