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Flag of Buckinghamshire

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Flag of Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire
Proportion 3:5
Adopted 2011
Designed by Traditional

The Buckinghamshire flag is the flag of the English county of Buckinghamshire. The traditional flag of Buckinghamshire features a chained swan on a bicolour of red and black. The Swan emblem dates back to Anglo-Saxon times when Buckinghamshire was known for breeding swans for the king.

Contents

  • Flag design 1
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Flag design

The pantone colours for the flag are:[1]

  • Red 186
  • Black
  • White

References

  1. ^ "UK Flag Registry: Buckinghamshire". 

External links

  • Flag Institute registration particulars
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