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Dalecarlia (Sweden)


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[Flag of Dalecarlia] image by Mello Luchtenberg
The flag is a banner of the arms;
arms granted in the 16th Century, revised grant on 30 April 1925.

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About the flag

The image of these arms (and flag) exist in a seal for Dalecarlia from the 1520's, and it was used as arms at the funeral of King Gustavus I in 1560 (in the form of a "fana", a flag fastened on a pole and carried). The arrows in the arms are of a form characteristic for Dalecarlia.

A revised grant of the provincial arms was made on 30 April 1925, and the same arms were granted to the county on 15 May 1936.

C. Nevéus/B.J. de Wærn: Ny svensk vapenbok, 1992 [nev92]
C.G.U. Scheffer: Svensk vapenbok för landskap, län och städer, 1967 [sch67]
Elias Granqvist 29 September 2000


Official blazon in Swedish: "I blått fält två korslagda dalpilar av guld med silverspetsar och mellan dessa en öppen krona av först nämnda metall."

Blazoned in English: "Azure, two Dalecarlian Arrows Or in saltire point upwards pointed Argent and in chief a Crown of the first."
English blazon by Željko Heimer, 7 October 2000