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Royal Standard on Army Vehicles 1930-1931 (Spain)

Estandarte real para SS.MM. el Rey, la Reina, el Príncipe o Princesa de Asturias

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[Royal Standard on Army Vehicles 1930-1931 (Spain)] 1:1 | 60 × 60 cm
by Luis Miguel Arias



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Royal standard to be displayed on vehicles carrying Their Majesties the King, the Queen, the Prince or Princess of Asturias (i.e. the crown prince or princess). Square purple flag 60 cm wide. [The coat-of-arms has the same size (not counting the Golden Fleece collar) as the national arms on the ministers' flag, which measures 2/5ths of the hoist.]

Luis Miguel Arias, translated by Santiago Dotor, 21 May 2002


Coat-of-Arms

Lesser Royal Arms

[Lesser Royal Arms 1930-1931 (Spain)]
by Luis Miguel Arias

Detail of the coat-of-arms (lesser royal arms) on the royal standard for use on army vehicles. Note that, unlike on the naval royal standard, this arms only show the territorial arms (Castile, Leon, Aragon, Navarre and Granada) instead of the whole dinastical arms. Note also that the inescutcheon lacks the red bordure of the Anjou dinasty, thus being the arms of France (Azure three fleurs-de-lys Or).

Santiago Dotor, 21 May 2002

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