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Monmouth College (U.S.)

Illinois

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[Flag of Monmouth College, Illinois] image by Randy Young, 16 March 2020



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Description of the flag

The flag is red, fringed with gold, and bears the college seal in white and red. An image of the seal is at upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/9c/Monmouth_College_Seal.png.
Ned Smith, 24 November 2005

Monmouth College branding, with athletic flags on page 2: https://s3.amazonaws.com/sidearm.sites/monmouthcollege.sidearmsports.com/
Dave Fowler, 14 March 2020


Previously used color

[Flag of Monmouth College, Illinois] modified from image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 25 November 2005

This older flag uses a previous version of the university seal and a red color.
Kevin Lindsay, 7 January 2015


Seal

[Monmouth College seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 1 October 2017
Source: signaturea.com


Logo flag

[Supporters flag] image by Randy Young, 16 March 2020

One of the two official athletic flags from the branding guide, this one features a large capital "M" in white, outlined in black, on a red field.


Supporters flags

[Supporters flag] image by Randy Young, 16 March 2020

The second official athletic flag from the branding guide, this one focuses on the college's teams' nickname, the Fighting Scots. The nickname logo is centered on a white field, with the word "Scots" in red letters outlined in white with black shadowing, with the word "FIGHTING" in white capital letters on a black patch stretched between the "S" and the "t" in "Scots."
Randy Young, 16 March 2020

[Supporters flag] image by Randy Young, 16 March 2020

An unofficial athletic flag from Paul's E-mail, this flag features the school's mascot and "M" logo on a red field, with a black vertical bar at the fly bearing the nickname "FIGHTING SCOTS" in red.
Randy Young, 16 March 2020