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KEVIN DALLIMORE FLAGS

Dozens of Kevin Dallimore's Flag designs are now available as easily printable PDF downloads that you can find under the 'Downloads' menu on our site.

So far we have listed pages of flags for Vikings, Medievals, Pirates, Russian Napoleonic and Renaissance (Imperialist, Spanish, Swiss and French).

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28mm Viking Flags

VIKING FLAGS
13 different Viking flags based on Ian Heath's artwork for the Foundry Shield designs, which were based on contemporary carvings, descriptions and illustrations.

Medieval Flags

MEDIEVAL FLAGS
22 different Medieval Livery Flags of the Later Hundred Years War and the Wars of the Roses by Kevin Dallimore.

IMPERIALIST MEMMINGEN INFANTRY FLAG

RENAISSANCE FLAGS 1 by Kevin Dallimore (22 different Imperialist and Spanish flags)

Imperialist Infantry

RENAISSANCE FLAGS 2 by Kevin Dallimore (18 different Swiss and French flags)

Pirate Flags

HOIST THE BLACK FLAG
12 famous Pirate flag designs by Kevin Dallimore. Also includes a Bit of History about the Jolly Roger. Includes these Pirates' flags: Edward Low, Stede Bonnet, Edward Teach "Black Beard", Edward England, Christopher Condent, Henry Every, Bartholomew Roberts, Jack Rackam, Christopher Moody, Carriere, Emanuel Wynne and Robert Culliford.

Pirate Flags by Kevin Dallimore

HOIST MORE BLACK FLAGS
13 more Pirate Flag designs by Kevin Dallimore: Thomas Tew, Richard Worley, Henry Every, Laurens De Graff, Kev's Killer Kutthroats, Jolly Roger, another Jolly Roger, Walther Kennedy, Christopher Condent and Sir Henry Morgan.

Russian Napoleonic Flag

RUSSIAN NAPOLEONIC FLAGS
18 different Russian Napoleonic flags, issued between 1797 and 1813.

Russian Napoleonics

USING THE PRINTED FLAGS

* Once you have printed them, cut them out slightly oversized, leaving some white surround.
* Fix them around a suitable pole with white PVA glue.
* Allow this to soak well into the flag then press the two sides together around the pole.
* Leave to cure for a while; keeping it pressed flat under an old book.
* Bend the flag, whilst it’s still flexible to make folds as if it’s blowing in the wind.
* Once the flag is hard trim it with a sharp pair of scissors so that none of the surrounding white paper shows.
* You can now varnish it for extra strength or even add some painted on highlights.
* For extra strength and bendability you can make a sort of sandwich with a thin bit of aluminium foil in between the two “sides” of the flag before you stick it together.

 



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