Flag of William the Conqueror
This flag combining the red Saint George's Cross on a white background (the flag of England) with a golden cross pattée (Order of the Christ Cross) is commonly attributed to William I of England, better known as William the Conqueror. The then Duke of Normandy is said to have flown this Flag in 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, which, as is well known, marked the beginning of the Norman conquest of England and ensured William's accession to the English throne.
It is now the official flag of the Channel Island of Guernsey, a British Crown dependency where Queen Elisabeth II. is acting in the capacity of the Duke of Normandy.
Our 100% polyester flag is approx. 150 cm wide and 93 cm high. It is double-stitched all around the edges and equipped with two metal grommets for proper fastening.
Shipping weight: 0.20 kg
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