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Hungary - Presidental Flag

Last modified: 2012-05-05 by zoltán horváth
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[Hungarian Presidental Flag]
image by Zoltan Horvath, 29 April 2012



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Presidential flag

Coat of arms in a 1:1 white background with green red alternated triangle border. It appears in Smith78.
Antonio Martins, 7 May 1997

These are supposed to be wolf-teeth.
Nahum Shereshevsky
, 11 May 1997

By August 20th of this year (2011), a presidential and prime minister flags are going to be introduced. Standard of president would be a plain white flag with red and green flames at the borders, and charged with coat of arms in the center, which is supported by two angels. As I noticed, it is very similar to that flag used by Governor Horthy before the World War II. The design of angels-supported coat of arms can be seen at President's home page: http://www.keh.hu/
Zoltan Horvath, 14 January 2011

As I reported it earlier, a presidential standard was designed for the President of Hungary in last year. This standard was flown at first time on 7 January 2012 in front of the Presidential Palace, when Palace Guard started its operation.
Technically this flag is called as an ensign of supreme commander of Armed Forces, but this is standard of the president in fact.
Its flag is white with red and green triangles around the white field, and Hungarian coat of arms is placed in the middle of the flag supported by two golden-contoured angels.
Images of flag:
http://www.hirado.hu/Hirek/2012/01/07/12/Igy_vigyaznak_a_koztarsasagi_elnokre__meg_soha.aspx (image 4 and 11 in the gallery)
http://static.nol.hu/media/picture/47/73/75/000757347-5514-625.jpg
Zoltan Horvath, 29 April 2012


Prime Minister's flag

I have received some information about planned Hungarian prime minister's flag from a non-official, but informal source. Based on his information, it could be a white flag with green and red flamoulets, but charged with full coat of arms (flanked by oak leaves) in the center, and four crowns!! would be placed in each corner. Please note, this is not an official information, but came from vicinity of the government.
Zoltan Horvath, 17 January 2011