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File:Flag of Pennsylvania.svg

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State flag of Pennsylvania showing the state coat of arms on top of a blue background

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current11:05, 28 November 2022Thumbnail for version as of 11:05, 28 November 2022740 × 540 (469 KB)John emil hernandezreduce file size
12:27, 4 November 2022Thumbnail for version as of 12:27, 4 November 2022740 × 540 (761 KB)TheTaraStarkReverted to version as of 13:43, 4 August 2022 (UTC) The reason the lighter blue is flown is because mass-producers get their SVG files from Wikipedia, the reason the 2:3/3:5 ratios are flown is because most mass-producers don't produce non-standard ratio flags. If you want to create an alternate 2:3 or 3:5 version for mass-producers, do that. This is used as a definitive version on Wikipedia and is meant to be accurate as defined by the Pennsylvania state legislature and secretary of state,...
03:27, 27 October 2022Thumbnail for version as of 03:27, 27 October 2022675 × 450 (825 KB)DamponomicsReverted to version as of 00:45, 20 October 2022 (UTC) Other source is more timely ( What I'm guessing is that the 1907 law is the de jure law, but not necessarily the one frequently flown
00:58, 25 October 2022Thumbnail for version as of 00:58, 25 October 2022740 × 540 (761 KB)SuperSkaterDude45Reverted to version as of 13:43, 4 August 2022 (UTC) According to
00:45, 20 October 2022Thumbnail for version as of 00:45, 20 October 2022675 × 450 (825 KB)DamponomicsReverted to version as of 12:45, 12 June 2022 (UTC) According to
13:43, 4 August 2022Thumbnail for version as of 13:43, 4 August 2022740 × 540 (761 KB)TheTaraStarkChanged dimensions to match ratio designated by Act of Jun. 13, 1907, P.L. 560, No. 373 Cl. 38 - FLAG OF PENNSYLVANIA DESIGNATED: "the fly of the said flag to be six feet two inches, and to be four feet six inches on the staff;"
13:10, 4 August 2022Thumbnail for version as of 13:10, 4 August 2022675 × 450 (700 KB)TheTaraStarkModified shade of blue to match flag of the United States per Act of Jun. 13, 1907, P.L. 560, No. 373 Cl. 38 - FLAG OF PENNSYLVANIA DESIGNATED
05:58, 28 June 2022Thumbnail for version as of 05:58, 28 June 2022675 × 450 (825 KB)SpinnerLaserzthe2ndReverted to version as of 12:45, 12 June 2022 (UTC) You made a mistake
05:04, 28 June 2022Thumbnail for version as of 05:04, 28 June 20221,129 × 641 (823 KB)Flagvisionersame style as previous revisions with updates to flag
12:45, 12 June 2022Thumbnail for version as of 12:45, 12 June 2022675 × 450 (825 KB)EnzwellDiscoverd some errant nodes which were causing some issues. Hopefully those are now resolved.
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