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Johore (Malaysia)

Negeri Johor Darul "Takzim", Sultanate of Johore

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[Johore (Malaysia)] 1:2
by Željko Heimer



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Johore has a blue flag, with a big red canton with white crescent and five-pointed star, pointing in lower fly end.

Željko Heimer, 6 April 1996

The flag consists of a white crescent and a star of five points on a red field at the canton and navy blue at the fly. The white denotes a sovereign ruler, red a warrior and blue the universe. This flag is very much associated with the Sultan.

Thomas W. Koh, 14 May 1997

Flaggenbuch 1939 shows the State (Service) flag as a blue flag with a red canton (2/3 of the hoist x 1/2 of the fly) bearing a white crescent and a white 5-pointed star. Quite similar to the current national flag, but with nearly [horizontally-]symmetrical crescent.

Ivan Sache, 18 January 2000

According to Flaggenbuch 1939
[State Flag (Johore, Malaysia)] 1:2
by Ivan Sache


Ceremonial State Flag

[Ceremonial State Flag (Johore, Malaysia)] 1:2
by Ivan Sache

Flaggenbuch 1939 shows the ceremonial state flag as a red flag with a white crescent and a white 5-pointed star, a yellow border and a blue border.

Ivan Sache, 18 January 2000


Standard of the Sultan's Marshall

[Sultan's Marshall (Johore, Malaysia)] 1:2
by Ivan Sache

Flaggenbuch 1939 shows the Standard of the Sultan's Marshall as a black swallowtailed flag with a red canton (1/2 of the hoist high x 1/2 of the fly) bearing a white crescent and a white 5-pointed star. The fork does not reach the canton.

Ivan Sache, 18 January 2000

Editor's note: compare this flag with the Civil Flag and Ensign.


Johore 1855-1865

[Johore 1855-1865]
by Ivan Sache

Whitney Smith writes in the last release of Ar Banniel, "20. Trumong (Indonesia). Plain black with a small square white canton. Also used by Johore (Malaysia) in 1855-1865".

Ivan Sache, 2 August 1999

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