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Crown Prince's Standard 1871-1918 (Germany)


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[Crown Prince's Standard 1870-1919 (Germany) according to Meyers Konversationslexikon 1897] Image by Željko Heimer, 27 Oct 1996
(a larger version based on Znamierowski 1999, p. 59, giffed by Martin Grieve, 26 Sep 2008, can be seen here.)

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Crown Prince's Standard 1871-1918

The Crown Prince's Standard (Kronprinzenstandarte) was the same as the Imperial Standard, but the shield was bordered with red, and there were just three eagles in each quarter, with no crown.
Željko Heimer, 27 Oct 1996

Some of the information in Schlawe 1913 - published by Moritz Ruhl, who also published the Flaggenbuch 1905 for the German Navy - differs from the image we show above by Željko Heimer:

Joseph McMillan, 5 Dec 2001

Accurate illustrations that agree [with Schlawe 1913] can be found in Meyer's, reprinted in Crampton 1990, p. 42 and in Znamierowski 1999, p. 59. The latter also has good versions of the 1871-1890 standards.
Norman Martin, 5 Dec 2001

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