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The Royal Standard of Tonga

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The Royal Standard of Tonga

The Royal Standard of Tonga is the monarch's personal flag and is an armorial banner of the Royal Arms of Tonga.

It is split into the four quadrants of the coat of arms:

* The first quadrant, or contain three mullets argent;

* the second quadrant, gules the royal crown of Tonga;

* the third quadrant, azure contains a dove volant holding an olive branch;

* fourth quadrant, or contains three swords in saltire handled gules;

* overall a mullet argent ensigned with a cross couped gules.

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Graphical characteristics:
Asymmetric, Closed shape, Colorful, Contains both straight and curved lines, Has crossing lines.

Category: Flags.

The Royal Standard of Tonga is part of the World Flags group.

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