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List of Barbadian flags

 

List of Barbadian flags

This is a list of flags used in Barbados.

Contents

  • National Flag 1
  • Royal and Viceregal Flags 2
  • Military 3
  • Historical 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

National Flag

Flag Date Use Description
1966 - current Flag of Barbados tricolour of two bands of ultramarine separated by a golden middle band. The ultramarine represents the sky and the ocean, the gold represents the sand. A black trident head is centred within the golden band.

Royal and Viceregal Flags

Flag Date Use Description
1966 - Personal Flag of Queen Elizabeth II in Barbados A bearded fig tree (with the leaves coloured blue) in the centre and a Pride of Barbados flower in each of the top corners on a yellow field. A blue disc of the letter "E" crowned surrounded by a garland of gold roses defaces the flag.
1966 - Flag of the Governor-General of Barbados A lion standing on a crown, on a blue field, with the words "Barbados"

Military

Flag Date Use Description
Naval Ensign of Barbados A white ensign with the Flag of Barbados in the canton

Historical

Flag Date Use Description
1870–1966 Flag of the Colony of Barbados A British Blue Ensign with an emblem of Barbados

See also

External links

  • Flag of the Prime Minister of Barbados
  • Flag of the Governor-General of Barbados
  • History of Barbados
  • Colonial symbols of Barbados
  • Barbados Air Force roundel
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