Spain Flag

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Flag of Spain

The state and war flags and ensigns of Spain must be charged with the Spanish coat of arms. The current coat of arms on Spanish flags was adopted on December 19, 1981, when it replaced the model of 1977. Each of the four quadrants on the coat of arms represent one of the four kingdoms that were merged to form a unified Spain at the end of the 15th century. Namely, the kingdoms are: Castile, represented by the castle, León, represented by the lion, Aragon, represented by the vertical alternating red and yellow stripes (four red stripes, five yellow stripes), and Navarre, represented by the linked chains. Also the Moorish kingdom of Granada is represented by the pomegranate fruit in the bottom of the coat of arms.

Technical Specs

  • Nylon flags are made of 100% heavyweight 200-denier Nylon, specially treated to resist deterioration, a truly durable all-weather flag. Finished with white cotton header and 2 grommets.  Made in the USA. 

  • Light Weight Polyester flags are printed on a lighter, richly colored indoor quality material. Can be flown outdoors for short periods of time. Perfect for pictures or as a souvenir of a special trip. Finished with white header and 2 grommets.

  • Fleece blankets are 50”x60” and made from washable, super soft fleece.

If the selected flag is not in stock, lead time can be up to 15 days. Contact us to check on lead times at or 1-877-941-3524 (FLAG).


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