Not yet. Not for a while. But have it ready - The Oriflamme

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The original is lost to time but this is a 'reconstruction' and it hangs vertically. Rotated 90° to save space.


From Infogalactic:

The Oriflamme (from Latin aurea flamma, "golden flame") was the battle standard of the King of France in the Middle Ages. It was originally the sacred banner of the Abbey of St. Denis, a monastery near Paris. When the oriflamme was raised in battle by the French royalty during the Middle Ages, most notably during the Hundred Years War, no prisoners were to be taken until it was lowered. Through this tactic they hoped to strike fear into the hearts of the enemy, especially the nobles, who could usually expect to be taken alive for ransom during such military encounters.

Remember this part:  "no prisoners were to be taken until it was lowered"  Should Civil War II need to happen, these would be handy to have.  If push came to shove, I bet people like Schiff, Nadler, Schumer, Pelosi, AOC, Newsom, the squad, etc... would squeal like pigs. Videos replayed over and over and passed around the dark net (the Internet routes around damage dontcha-know)

Looked for one on Amazon and they do not carry it. Lots of board games and a couple of fun flags but nothing like this. I see the need for a cottage industry...

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