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Crown Princess' Standard and Pennant (Thailand)

Last modified: 2018-09-05 by Zachary Harden
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[Crown Princess's Standard (Thailand)] 1:1
image by Calvin Paige Herring and Eugene Ipavec



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Description

A blue swallowtailed flag with a yellow square panel bearing a red Garuda.

Santiago Dotor, 27 May 2003

From the 1979 Flag Act:

Section 10. Flags for the Royal Consort of the Heir to the Throne are: (1) the Thong Yaowaraj Yai Fai Nai is square shape with 2 parts width and 3 parts length. The 2 out of 3 parts of the hoist part of the length of the flag is the same as the Thong Yaowaraj Yai, with the furthest end cut into swallow-tail shape and the depth of the cut being of 1 in 3 parts ratio to the length of the flag.
Zachary Harden, 5 September 2018


Pennant

[Crown Princess' Broad Pennant (Thailand)] 1:8
(click on image to see full-size detail)
image by Calvin Paige Herring and Eugene Ipavec
Pennant adopted 1911

A square blue flag with a square yellow panel bearing a red Garuda, and a long tapering red swallowtail.

Santiago Dotor, 27 May 2003

From the 1979 Flag Act:

Section 10. Flags for the Royal Consort of the Heir to the Throne are: (2) the Thong Yaowaraj Noi Fai Nai is of the same shape and colour as the Thong Yaowaraj Noi but for its continuous ending strip of cloth, which is red in colour. This flag, if hoisted instead of the Thong Yaowaraj Yai Fai Nai, means it would please Her Royal Highness for the gun-salute to be refrained.
Zachary Harden, 5 September 2018