Prince Edward Island Flag

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The Prince Edward Island Flag consists of a golden lion passage in a red field in the upper part and a white field distorted with three oak saplings and a large oak tree on a green island in the lower part. This is bordered on three sides other than the hoist, with a fimbration of alternating red and white rectangles. Adopted in 1964 before the Canadian Centennial, it has been the province’s flag since March 24 of that year. It is a coat of arms flag modeled after the coat of arms of the state. When flying with the flags of other Canadian provinces and the national flag, it is eighth in order of priority. The flag’s aspect ratio is 2×3.



  • Durable knitted or woven
    polyester fabric with direct to textile printing
  • Single (1 ply) or
    double-sided (3ply) printing available
  • 5 finishing options with
    grommets and sleeves
  • Perfect for indoor or
    outdoor use
  • No minimum order
    quantity! One off orders are welcomed!


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Quantity Discount
2 Flags 10%
3-4 Flags 15%
5-9 Flags 20%
10-19 Flags 25%
20-49 Flags 30%
50-99 Flags 35%
100+ Flags 50%