Westraven Tile Flag of Manitoba
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This is a great tile of the Manitoba Flag. The flag of Manitoba is a variation of the Red Ensign which bears the shield of the provincial coat of arms. This flag was approved by the passage of a bill in the Manitoba Legislative Assembly on May 11, 1965. Queen Elizabeth II having given permission for the use of the Union device in October 1965, it was officially proclaimed on 12 May 1966. The decision to adopt the flag was made after the federal government decided to replace the Canadian Red Ensign with the Maple Leaf flag.The Shield is topped by St. George's Cross on a white background, representing King George III and symbolizing British heritage. The bison represents the once-vast herds of bison which once roamed freely throughout the province and provided food and clothing not only to the Aboriginals, but to the early settlers as well. Condition is very good with only the slightest of flaws. Two holes were factory drilled on top edge to have string or wire to hang the tile. The colors are super.
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- Width: 4 inches
- Height: 5 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
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