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King's Broad Pennant (Thailand)

Maharaj Noi

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[King's Broad Pennant (Thailand)] 1:8
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by Calvin Paige Herring and Santiago Dotor
Flag adopted 1911

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From the Singha Beer source:

Maharaj Noi
The "Maharaj Noi" is divided into two parts, each not more than 60 cms wide. While one part is of the same colour and pattern as the "Maharaj Yai", the adjoining part is a long white flag tapering off to a point. The far right or "fly" end, which is cut in the shape of a bird's tail is only half the width of the left end, occupying 3/8 of the total width.

Santiago Dotor, 27 October 1999