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Regimental Colour of the 24th Infantry Regiment 'Bailén' 1872-1873 (Spain)

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[Regimental Colour of the 24th Infantry Regiment 'Bailén' 1872-1873 (Spain)]
image by Sergio Camero, exported to GIF by Santiago Dotor, 04 May 2004

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This is the Colour of the 24th Infantry Regiment Bailén 1872-1873. This flag shows the inescutcheon of Savoy, which appeared in Army Colours when Amadeus I of Savoy assumes the throne in 1870. Source: Manzano 1997 [mzn97].

Sergio Camero, 21 Dec 2001

More precisely, the inescutcheon shows the arms of Amadeo of Savoy-Aosta, son of Vittorio Emanuele II, and king of Spain 1873, blazoned Savoy [i.e. Gules a cross Argent] a bordure gobony Or and Azure.

Santiago Dotor, 02 Jul 2002