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An Elizabeth II Coldstream Guards No.15 Company Colour, 1955
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An Elizabeth II Coldstream Guards No.15 Company Colour, 1955

Measurements: Overall: 57cm (22.5in) x 75cm (29.75in)

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Union flag with the No. 15 Company badge - The Crown of Charlemagne proper. A Charge from the Arms of Hanover, granted by George II in 1729 - ensigned with the Crown in the centre and the Company numeral on a scroll below. Prior to 1962 the allocation of Company badges to Battalions in the Coldstream Guards was a complex matter. In 1962 however the No.15 Company Colour was allotted to the Training and Depot Companies. Flag: 42cm (17.25in) x 63cm (24.75in). Framed and glazed.

 

Source: Dawnay, N.P. (1975) ‘The Standards, Guidons and Colours of The Household Division, 1660-1973’.

 
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