Graham Bartram in December 2006
18 July 1963 |
Montrose, Angus, Scotland
|Occupation||Secretary-General for Congresses of FIAV; Chief Vexillologist of the Flag Institute|
Graham Bartram (born 18 July 1963) is a British vexillologist who is Secretary-General for Congresses of the Fédération internationale des associations vexillologiques, the Chief Vexillologist of the Flag Institute, and a consultant to the British government on flag design and usage.
Bartram authored the book British Flags and Emblems and edits the British military flag book (now a CD-ROM) BR20 Flags of All Nations. He also wrote the booklet "Flying Flags in the United Kingdom" published by the Flag Institute in association with the Flags & Heraldry Committee of the United Kingdom Parliament.
He also maintains the World Flag Database.
Bartram has designed:
- A proposal of Antarctic flag. It portrays a white Antarctica (with no boundaries shown) on a light blue background.
- The Queen's Colour of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary.
- The flag of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.
- The flag of Tristan da Cunha.
- Symbols of the UK Border Agency (the predecessor of UK Visas and Immigration).
- The flag of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
- The flag of The National Register of Historic Ships.
Awards and honours
He was made a Fellow of the Flag Institute in 2005 for his services to the institute.
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