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Georgia: National flag, 1990-2004

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[Flag of Georgia, 1990-2004]by Željko Heimer

Flag used between 1918 and 1921 (with different proportion) and readopted 14 November 1990, coat of arms adopted 11 December 1990. Flag suppressed 14 January 2004
Proportion: 3:5
Description: Dark red flag with a canton horizontally divided black-white.
Use: on land, civil and State flag, at sea, civil and State ensign.

Colour approximate specifications (as given in Album des Pavillons [pay00]):


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Law on the flag and construction sheet

[Construction sheet]by Željko Heimer

My source is Jiri Tenora, who wrote (in French):

Geometry of the flag is: An invisible cross divides the field in four quarters which are accordingly smaller than normal quarters.

[Construction sheet explained]by Željko Heimer

Tenora attached a drawing similar to my drawing in Album des Pavillons.

Armand du Payrat, 9 October 2001


[Variant of the flag]by Željko Heimer

The web page of the Parliament of Georgia includes all Georgian laws, among which the Law of Georgia on national flag and anthem (14 November 1990).

[Variant construction sheet]by Željko Heimer

However, the construction sheet clearly shows that the flag ratio is 3:5 and that the canton reaches 2/5 of both length and width of the flag (i.e. vertically canton:field = 2:3, horizontally black:white:red = 1:1:3).

Jan Zrzavy, 3 August 2000


The red shade of the flag

Ivan Sache & Jarig Bakker, 23 July 2000

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