List of flags by color combination

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This is a list of flags of states, territories, and other entities, sorted by – but not necessarily in the order of – their color combinations.

If there is any red in the flag, start in the red group below; and similarly on down: when no red but blue, start in blue, when no red or blue but green, start in green, etc. Relative to color order, they also follow the list order, not the appearance-on-the-flag order. For example, the Pan-African flag is red, black and green, from top to bottom, and Malawi's flag has black, red and green bands with an insignia, but both are listed under "Red, green and black" below.

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Red[edit]

 

Red and blue[edit]

   

Red, blue and green[edit]

     
Red, blue, green and yellow[edit]
       
Red, blue, green, yellow and black[edit]
         
Red, blue, green, yellow, black and white[edit]
           
Red, blue, green, yellow, black, white, brown and orange[edit]
               
Red, blue, green, yellow and white[edit]
         
Red, blue, green, yellow, white and brown[edit]
           
  •  Guam (US territory)
Red, green, white[edit]
             
Red, blue, green, yellow, orange and purple[edit]
           
Red, blue, green, yellow and brown[edit]
         
  •  Veneto, Italy (other colors are present on the province coats of arms featured on the flag tails)
Red, blue, green and white[edit]
       
Red, blue, green, white and orange[edit]
         

Red, blue and yellow[edit]

     
Red, blue, yellow and black[edit]
       
Red, blue, yellow, black and white[edit]
         
Red, blue, yellow and white[edit]
       
Red, blue, yellow, white and orange[edit]
         
Red, blue, yellow, white and brown[edit]
         
Red, blue, yellow, white, brown and gray[edit]
Red, blue, yellow, white and gray[edit]
         
Red, blue, yellow and brown[edit]
       

Red, blue and white[edit]

     
Red, blue, white and black[edit]
       
Red, blue, white and orange[edit]
       
Red, blue, white and brown[edit]
       
  •  Iowa, United States

Red, blue and orange[edit]

     

Red, blue and purple[edit]

     

Red and green[edit]

   

Red, green and yellow[edit]

     
Red, green, yellow and blue[edit]
Red, green, yellow and black[edit]
       
Red, green, yellow, black and white[edit]
         
Red, green, yellow, black, white and tan[edit]
           
Red, green, yellow, black, white and orange[edit]
           
Red, green, yellow, black, white, gray and brown[edit]
             
Red, green, yellow, black, white, purple and brown[edit]
             
Red, green, yellow and white[edit]
       
Red, green, yellow, white and blue[edit]
Red, green, yellow, white and brown[edit]
         
Red, green, yellow and orange[edit]
       

Red, green and black[edit]

     
Red, green, black and white[edit]
       
Red, green, black, white and blue[edit]
         
  •  Ansaru, Islamist jihadist militant organisation
Red, green, black and orange[edit]
       

Red, green and white[edit]

     
Red, green, white and brown[edit]
       

Red and yellow[edit]

   

Red, yellow and black[edit]

     

Red, gold and black[edit]

  •  Germany Often gold is substituted by yellow but the official color is gold
Red, yellow, black and white[edit]
       
Red, gold, black, white[edit]
Red, yellow, black, white and gray[edit]
         

Red, yellow and white[edit]

     
Red, yellow, white and brown[edit]
       

Red and black[edit]

   

Red, black and white[edit]

     

Red and white[edit]

   

Carmine and white[edit]

   

Blue[edit]

Blue and green[edit]

Blue, green and yellow[edit]

     
Blue, green, yellow and black[edit]
       
Blue, green, yellow and white[edit]
       

Blue, green and white[edit]

     
Blue, green, white and black[edit]
       
Blue, green, white and orange[edit]
       
Blue, green, white and purple[edit]
       
  •  Free Speech Flag, used to protest attempts at suppressing cryptographic keys, four different shades of green and blue

Blue and yellow[edit]

   

Blue, yellow and black[edit]

     
Blue, yellow, black and white[edit]
       

Blue, yellow and white[edit]

     
Blue, yellow, white and gray[edit]
       
Blue, yellow, white and brown[edit]
       

Blue and white[edit]

   

Blue, white and black[edit]

     

Blue, white and orange[edit]

     

Green[edit]

 

Green and yellow[edit]

   

Green, yellow and black[edit]

     
Green, yellow, black and white[edit]
       
Green, yellow, black and orange[edit]
       

Green, yellow and white[edit]

     
Green, yellow, white and brown[edit]
       

Green, yellow and brown[edit]

     

Green, black and white[edit]

     
Green, black, white and brown[edit]
       

Green, yellow and gray[edit]

     

Green and white[edit]

   

Green, white and orange[edit]

     

Green, white and black[edit]

     

Yellow[edit]

Yellow and black[edit]

   

Yellow, black and white[edit]

     

Yellow and white[edit]

   

Yellow, white and orange[edit]

     

Yellow, white and purple[edit]

     

Yellow and purple[edit]

   

Black[edit]

 

Black and white[edit]

   

White[edit]

 
  •  White flag, internationally recognised as a sign of truce, ceasefire, and surrender. The flag of the Kingdom of France in 1814 - 1830, during the Bourbon Restoration.

White and orange[edit]

   

White and purple[edit]

   

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Isles of Scilly Flag", britishcountyflags.wordpress.com, August 7, 2013.