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- Order number: pf380b
The Polish state ended with the last partition of Poland in 1795, when Poland was divided between Russia, Austria and Prussia. After Napoléon invaded the region (1806), he created the Duchy of Warsaw in 1807, which was under the Saxon crown until 1815. At the end of the era of Napoléon - at the Congress of Vienna (March 29th, 1815) - the Duchy of Warsaw was divided between Prussia, Russia and the Free State of Krakau (Krakow). Duchy of Warsaw actually used a flag that showed two horizontal stripes in white and vermilion. According to the rules, this theoretical flag could have looked like this, but it probably never existed like this. However, it is decorative and avoids confusion.
Source for image and text, and more information about the country and flag, also in English, at: www.flaggenlexikon.de and there under Duchy of Warsaw
The selection is preset to glossy polyester with side-ribbon and 2 metal eyelets, please note the alternatives. More information at the bottom of the page under 'Product Description' and 'Fastening Systems'.
The flag is especially manufactured for you.
Set an example for the environment and social standards! The 3D label shows: Our flags are produced in Germany under optimal working and environmental conditions. These are products of very high quality in terms of workmanship and colour, which have - due to the printing procedure and the chosen materials - an above-average lifespan and, initially, also their price. Under normal application in outdoor use, however, you will enjoy it for approx. 5 years, and you will not need to buy another one so quickly! Save money and resources!