Kingdom of Galicia hand flag, the ideal flag to have for any type of Galician event. It is 16x10cm (6.3'' x 3.9'') and has a plastic pole to allow enthusiastic waving.
Royal Swabian Standard of Gallaecia hand flag, the ideal flag to have for any type of Galician event. It is 16x10cm (6.3'' x 3.9'') and has a plastic pole to allow enthusiastic waving.
Flag Bunting featuring the national flag of Galicia, the flag of the Kingdom of Galicia, and the Swabian Royal Standard of Gallaecia (Sold by the metre).
Flag Bunting featuring the arms of the seven historical provinces of the Kingdom of Galicia. Ideal for decoration in pubs, music festivals, etc. (Sold by the metre).
The original maritime flag of Galicia. Ideal as a courtesy flag when you visit Galicia. Available in three sizes: 20''x13.5'' (50x34cm), 30''x20'' (76x50cm), 40''x27'' (101x68cm)
Flag of the blue Cross of the Galician crusaders, later used by Count Henry of Burgundy as the flag of the County of Portugal. Flag size 150x90cm (5' x 3').
Flag of the Celtic mermaid of the influential book "Sempre en Galiza" (Galicia Forever), published in 1944 by the Galician patriot Afonso Daniel Castelao. 150x90cm (5' x 3').
The "Never Again" flag of the cross-party movement which was created after the oil spill caused by the sinking of oil tanker MV Prestige off the Galician coast in 2002 and the forest fires of summer 2006. Flag size 150x90cm (5' x 3').
Scotland's second national flag, the Lion Rampant is the flag used historically by the King of Scots. It is a banner of the Royal Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Scotland.
Wales's second national flag, this banner was used historically by Owain Glyndur, the last native Welsh nobleman to hold the title of Prince of Wales.
The Flag of St David is often used as an alternative flag to represent Wales. On St David's Day this flag often plays a central role in the celebrations.