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image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 29 September 2007
- indicates flag is known.
- indicates it is reported that there is no known flag.
Municipal flags in Hardin County:
Hardin County is a non-metropolitan county located in north central Iowa. The county is named after Colonel John J. Hardin, an Illinois colonel in the Black Hawk War, who was killed in the Mexican War. The land is dominated by a flat Des
Moines Lobe landscape with the beautifully lush wooded areas along the scenic Iowa River. The county encompasses approximately 360,000 acres or 570 square miles. In 2000, Hardin County's population was 18,812. The courthouse is located
in Eldora, the county seat.
- from www.co.hardin.ia.us/pages/About_Hardin_County.
The flag is shown at www.co.hardin.ia.us/pages/news. It is a rectangular flag with three vertical bands of green-white-green. In the middle of the white band is shown a house (I assume it is the Courthouse in Eldora) and "HARDIN" above and "COUNTY" below the house.
Valentin Poposki, 25 September 2007
The shade of green seems to be darker than medium, and that both the letterings and the image are monochrome dark brown. This image shows an old building with a clock tower, a front yard and some trees, in life-like engraving style.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 29 September 2007