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Flags of the International Congresses of Vexillology [1]

Congresses 1-10

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ICV 1

Congress place: Muiderberg / Netherlands
Congress period: 4-September-1965 to 5-September-1965
Congress organizer: Stichting voor Banistiek en Heraldik
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 1] image by Jens Pattke

The first International Congress of Vexillology in Muiderberg flag combined the symbols of the both organizations leading at that time. On the canton of the flag of the Dutch organization "Stichting voor Banistiek en Heraldik" (by K.Siersma) it was put the symbol of the North American organization "Flag Research Center" (by W.Smith).

Source: Roberto Breschi Jens Pattke, 18 January 2005


ICV 2

Congress place: Zurich / Switzerland
Congress period: 1-September-1967 to 3-September-1967
Congress organizer: Gilde der Züricher Heraldiker / Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Fahnen- und Flaggenkunde
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 2] image by Jens Pattke


ICV 3

Congress place: Boston / USA
Congress period: 5-September-1969 to 7-September-1969
Congress organizer: The Flag Research Center / Heraldry Society of Canada / North American Vexillological Association / United States Flag Foundation
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 3] image by Jens Pattke


ICV 4

Congress place: Turin / Italy
Congress period: 24-June-1971 to 27-June-1971
Congress organizer: Accademia di San Marciano, Sezione Vessillologica
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 4] image by Jens Pattke

This flag has a blue field with a yellow vertical stripe along the hoist ans a yellow inverted chevron (V-shaped stripe) covering most of the fly area of the flag. The width of the vertical stripe and each arm of the "V" is 1/6th of the flag's length. The cypher "IV" and the letters "I"and "V" represent the fact that it is the _Fourth_ Congress of _I_nternational _V_exillology. The colour of the flag, blue and yellow, represent the City of Turin, the flag of the F.I.A.V., and the host -- the Academy of San Marciano. Attached to the flag pole immediately above the flag are two blue cravats fringed in gold, carrying on one the inscription "4º Congresso Internazionale di Vessillologia" ("4th. International Congress of Vexillology"), and on the other, "Torino 24-27 guigno 1971") ("Turin 24-27 June 1971"). This flag was designed by Aldo Zigioto.
Mark Sensen, 24 August 2003


ICV 5

Congress place: London / United Kingdom
Congress period: 13-September-1973 to 18-September-1973
Congress organizer: The Flag Institute
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 5] image by Jorge Candeias, 5 August 2005


ICV 6

Congress place: IJsselmeer / Netherlands
Congress period: 16-April-1975 to 20-April-1975
Congress organizer: Stichting voor Banistiek en Heraldiek
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 6] image by Jens Pattke


ICV 7

Congress place: Washington / USA
Congress period: 10-April-1977 to 14-April-1977
Congress organizer: The Flag Research Center / North American Vexillological Association
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 7] image by Jens Pattke


ICV 8

Congress place: Vienna / Austria
Congress period: 26-April-1979 to 29-April-1979
Congress organizer: Gesellschaft für Österreichische Heereskunde
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 8] image by Jens Pattke


ICV 9

Congress place: Ottawa / Canada
Congress period: 24-August-1981 to 28-August-1981
Congress organizer: The Flag Research Center/ Heraldry Society of Canada, North American Vexillological Association
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 9] image by Jens Pattke

Robert Brechi also publishes another flag of the 9.ICV. Here a white building is ordered on the red maple leaf.

[flag of ICV 9] image by Jens Pattke


ICV 10

Congress place: Oxford / United Kingdom
Congress period: 25-September-1983 to 30-September-1983
Congress organizer: The Flag Institute / Heraldry Society, Flag Section
Congress flag:

[flag of ICV 10] image by Jens Pattke


ICV information compiled by: Jens Pattke, 19-23 August 2003