[Spellyans] yesterday's BIG surprise
ken at ferintosh.org
Mon Jun 4 18:14:52 IST 2012
We shall certainly agree on fimbriated - although I would very much welcome
instruction on the difference between dimidiated and quarterly per saltire
I am reliant in this on my instruction when in the scouts. The awareness of
the right way up to fly the flag stood me in good stead in army service.
The frequent absence of such awareness today leads to much misuse of the
national flag - which would not be tolerated in countries such as the USA.
-an ken Ken
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Subject: Re: [Spellyans] yesterday's BIG surprise
The Saltire of St Patrick is not dimidiated, though it is certainly
The two saltires are quarterly per saltire counterchanged.
The official blazon of the Union Flag of the Act of Union (1800) runs as
'The Union Flag shall be Azure, the Crosses Saltire of St Andrew and St
Patrick, Quarterly per saltire, counterchanged Argent and Gules, the latter
fimbriated of the second, surmounted by the Cross of St George of the third,
fimbriated as the Saltire.'
On 4 Jun 2012, at 14:55, Ken MacKinnon wrote:
I am of course entirely aware of the inclusion of the Saltire of St Patrick
in the union flag ( albeit heraldically dimidiated and fimbriated with the
Saltire of St Andrew.)
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