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Arms and Flag of Nebikon, Switzerland (Wikipedia & fotw)
Royal Standard Bearer/Enceniator, England c1450 (Wikipedia)
National Flag of Dominica (fotw); Flag of Hamilton, Canada (fotw); Flag of Chuuk, Micronesia (fotw); Flag of the Maryland National Guard, US (fotw)
State Flag of Bremen, Germany (fotw); Flag of Almería, Spain (fotw)
Example (Parker); Flag of Munxar, Malta (fotw)
Gonfalon of Donja Dubrava, Croatia (fotw)
Flag and Arms of Kolšov, Czech Republic
Flag and arms of Velika Kopahnica, Croatia (fotw)
Flag and Arms of Genthod, Switzerland (fotw & Wikipedia); Flag of Thimister-Clermont, Belgium (fotw); Arms and Flag of Výčapy, Czech Republic (Wikipedia & fotw)
Arms and Flag of Espinho, Portugal (fotw)
14th Century Flag of Tunis (fotw), 14th Century Flag of Šibenik, Croatia (fotw); 13th Century Flag of Aragon (fotw); Flag of Vall de Gallinera, Spain (fotw)
a) This is not an established term, but has been introduced by the Editors since no established alternative could be found.
b) At the time of writing it is unclear as to whether the flag having a straight-sided but angled fly (as illustrated below) should be considered as “engrailed” or “stepped” – see ‘stepped fly’.
Flag of Betxi, Spain (Jose Antonio Jimenez Ruiz)
Examples; Flag of Světlá nad Sázavou, Czech Republic (fotw)
Please note however, that enhanced has a slightly different meaning when applied to the vexillological terms enhanced bend and enhanced bend sinister given below.
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