THE FLAG LOCKER

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Egypt

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Unknown - Present
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Ratio

2:3

Designer

Unknown

The coat of arms of Egypt, also known as the "Eagle of Saladin" depicts a stylized eagle holding a scroll on which is written "Arab Republic of Egypt (Arabic: Gumhūriyyat Miṣr al-ʿArabiyyah)" in Arabic script On the reverse of the flag, the coat of arms is flipped horizontally with the exception of the script.The shield at the centre of the coat of arms is coloured red, white, and black; however the version which appears on the flag replaces the red and black with the same gold colour as the... Read More

England

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Unknown - Present
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Ratio

3:5

Designer

Unknown

Eritrea

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05 December, 1995 - Present
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Ratio

1:2

Designer

Unknown

Estonia

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07 August, 1990 - Present
Country
Ratio

7:11

Designer

Unknown

eSwatini

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19 April, 2018 - Present
Country
Ratio

2:3

King Mswati III announced that for his 50th birthday on 19 April, 2018, and in celebration of 50 years of independence from Britain, Swaziland would officially change its name to the Kingdom of eSwatini. eSwatini means translates to "Land of the Swazis:" in the Swazi language.

Ethiopia

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28 August, 2009 - Present
Country
Ratio

1:2

Designer

Abebe Alambo

On 28 August, 2009, Proclamation No. 654/2009 - The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Flag Proclamation came into effect. Sadly, all versions of the proclamation I have found are missing the reference image. It is my understanding that the reference image used the darker for the National Emblem as can be seen on the Ethiopia Government website.