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Fairfield, Connecticut (U.S.)

Fairfield County

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[flag of Fairfield, Connecticut] image by Rob Raeside, 1 October 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag is green, with the city seal centred - a white building surrounded by a ring of pink flowers.

Thanks to the efforts of Nancy Fray in Fairfield, Connecticut, Office of the First Selectman, attached please find the image of their handsome flag, along with permission to place on FOTW.
Peter Orenski, 27 September 2010


[seal] image located by Ethan Dubrow, 26 May 2024


Fairfield Seal:
“It shall be a perfect circle of one and three quarters inches diameter. Within such circle shall appear another circle in distance five-sixteenths of an inch from the outer edge of the original, with a diameter of one and one-eighth inches, forming a border. Within such border shall appear, letter spaced and in letters one-eighth inch in height and of Roman, in antique style, across the top, the words, ‘Town of Fairfield’, and around the bottom the word, ‘Connecticut’, each beginning and ending approximately one-half inch apart in the lower sides along such border. "Within the upper half of the inner circle shall appear the figures [of] an Indian and an early settler grasping hands to seal a bargain, with a background of trees and hills. Overhead, following the upper edge of the inner circle shall appear the word ‘Seal’, in letters one-eighth inch in height in antique outline style. Underneath the figures shall appear the numerals ‘1639,’ commemorating the date of settlement, in numerals one-eighth inch in height of antique outline style. Within the lower half of the inner circle shall appear three grapevines intertwined around supports, two above and one below. At the bottom following the edge of the inner circle the State motto ‘Qui Transtulit Sustinet,’ in block letters on a ribbon one-eighth inch wide, with the ends turned and cleft.” (Source:
Ethan Dubrow, 26 May 2024