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image by Jason Saber, 6 July 2009
Flag Registry describes the flag as "the traditional flag of Middlesex, the
county that forms the central and north-west parts of Greater London. The seax
is the symbol of the Saxons and the Saxon crown was added in 1909 to
differentiate the arms and flag from those of Essex." The flag is a banner of
the arms of the former
Middlesex County Council, abolished in 1965.
Jason Saber, 6 July 2009
Middlesex county (reported 1953) (England)
It is a flag with a cross of St. George, on which is superimposed a red shield containing three golden (= yellow) scimitars.
Source: Campbell and Evans (1953); p.48
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 22 October 2010