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- Order number: pf477
The Margrave of Meissen from the House of Wettin became Elector of Saxony in 1547. In 1806 the Electorate of Saxony was elevated to a kingdom. The son of the last King of Saxony, Prince Friedrich Christian (1893-1968) revived the title of the Margrave of Meissen to mark his position as head of the House of Wettin (Albertiner). The colors of the Margraviate of Meissen were black and gold. This theoretical flag combines the state colors with a modernized form of the coat of arms. According to the rules, this flag could have looked like this, but it probably never existed like this.
Source for image and text, and more information about the country and flag, also in English, at: www.flaggenlexikon.de and there under Margraviate of Meissen
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!