4th Alabama Infantry flag, (Company E, Conecuh Guards). :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

4th Alabama Infantry flag, (Company E, Conecuh Guards). :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

1er Battalion, Regiment des Chasseurs à Pied of the Imperial Guard, Model of 1806-11 • Like the Grenadiers, the Foot Chasseurs of of the Imperial Guard were initially embodied in a single regiment of two battalions, each of which received an Eagle and color.

1er Battalion, Regiment des Chasseurs à Pied of the Imperial Guard, Model of 1806-11 • Like the Grenadiers, the Foot Chasseurs of of the Imperial Guard were initially embodied in a single regiment of two battalions, each of which received an Eagle and color.

Flag of the Liberty Guards, 22nd Mississippi Confederate Infantry Regiment. Courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Flag of the Liberty Guards, 22nd Mississippi Confederate Infantry Regiment. Courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Napoleon Imperial Guard Battle Flag

Napoleon Imperial Guard Battle Flag

1er Regiment des Grenadiers à Pied of the Imperial Guard, Model of 1812-14 • This regiment, nicknamed the Grumblers, was the foundation stone of Napoleon's Imperial Guard and the senior regiment of its Grenadier Corps.

1er Regiment des Grenadiers à Pied of the Imperial Guard, Model of 1812-14 • This regiment, nicknamed the Grumblers, was the foundation stone of Napoleon's Imperial Guard and the senior regiment of its Grenadier Corps.

Dec.24, 1813 approved St George flags for the Guards Corps. In contrast to 1803, the eagle is depicted with wings, wreath & Perun legs, & just one crown.  Crosses in a banner at the regiment - the white, the rest - yellow. Corners: the bottom half - the  division color  (1st = white, 2nd = black); the upper half - the regimental color(red, light blue, white and green). Only colored banners were issued (ie with a yellow cross), because white banners were abolished in 1814.

Dec.24, 1813 approved St George flags for the Guards Corps. In contrast to 1803, the eagle is depicted with wings, wreath & Perun legs, & just one crown. Crosses in a banner at the regiment - the white, the rest - yellow. Corners: the bottom half - the division color (1st = white, 2nd = black); the upper half - the regimental color(red, light blue, white and green). Only colored banners were issued (ie with a yellow cross), because white banners were abolished in 1814.

Imperial Guard Horse Grenadiers 1st squadron Eagle, Louvre des Antiquaires - Eagle (heraldry).

Imperial Guard Horse Grenadiers 1st squadron Eagle, Louvre des Antiquaires - Eagle (heraldry).

The only flag known to exist from the Second Georgia Infantry Regiment of the Confederate Army, made in 1860.

The only flag known to exist from the Second Georgia Infantry Regiment of the Confederate Army, made in 1860.

6th Alabama Flag of Northern Virginia Battle | Army of Northern Virginia

6th Alabama Flag of Northern Virginia Battle | Army of Northern Virginia

4th Alabama Infantry (Co. E, Conecuh Guards). This flag was presented to the Conecuh Guards at the Sparta Depot in Conecuh County on April 24, 1861. It was one of ten company flags used during a dress parade at Harpers Ferry, Virginia in June 1861 and was reported to be illustrated in an issue of Harper's Weekly. When the 4th Alabama was brigaded under General Bernard Bee all of the company flags were turned in except for that of the Marion Light Infantry.

4th Alabama Infantry (Co. E, Conecuh Guards). This flag was presented to the Conecuh Guards at the Sparta Depot in Conecuh County on April 24, 1861. It was one of ten company flags used during a dress parade at Harpers Ferry, Virginia in June 1861 and was reported to be illustrated in an issue of Harper's Weekly. When the 4th Alabama was brigaded under General Bernard Bee all of the company flags were turned in except for that of the Marion Light Infantry.

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