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Album des pavillons nationaux et
des marques distinctives (National flags and distinctive markings) 2000
[pay00] shows a blue flag with two white fimbriated red equilateral triangles
in the centre, one
over the other, as being used by the Sudanese Customs service. The downward-pointing
star one is behind the upward-pointing star,
like Magen David (Star of David) on the flag of Israel, but
the triangles are not interlaced in the usual way the Magen David is
Željko Heimer, 24 January 2003
My source (including a black and white
illustration on p. 250) is Flags of the World by H Gresham Carr (1961) [car61],
It shows much thicker red lines, so that the white ones are a fimbriation.
Santiago Dotor, 15 April 2003.