The National Flag of South Africa between 1928 and 1994. Based on the Dutch Prince's Flag, it contained the flag of the United Kingdom, the flag of the Orange Free State and the flag of the South African Republic in the centre.The nickname of the flag was Oranje, Blanje, Blou (Afrikaans: 'orange, white, blue'). It was adopted in 1928 by an act of Parliament by the first Afrikaner majority government, and was used up until 1994 when it was replaced the current flag.
This particular flag was standard issue for Government premises, to be used when weather conditions were not favourable for the standard sized flag. This flag somehow found its way from the building, to someones home, where it was placed against the wall using "prestick". Unfortunately the prestick marks are still visible, but the flag was never flown, so is still in pristine condition considering it is now older that 22 years.
- 90cm x 60cm in size
- all edges double stitched for extra strength
- Toggle and loop
Original South African Old National Storm Flag 90cm X 60cm
- Product Code: South African Old National Storm Flag 90cm X 60cm
- Availability: In Stock