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{{Page icon|Current flag of Connecticut.png}}
 
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{{wikipedia|Flag of Connecticut}}
 
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Screen Shot 2019-06-26 at 7.12.32 PM.png|Inspired by a design by "Sammy" [see above]. Posted by Ken Morton.
 
Screen Shot 2019-06-26 at 7.12.32 PM.png|Inspired by a design by "Sammy" [see above]. Posted by Ken Morton.
 
Connecticut - Fairfield County.png|He who is transplanted, is sustained. [My home state] Posted by Ken Morton
 
Connecticut - Fairfield County.png|He who is transplanted, is sustained. [My home state] Posted by Ken Morton
CT_PNG.png|The blue vertical line represents the Connecticut River (the longest in New England) cutting across the state, The three purple lines represent the grapevines in the state seal dating from 1635, as well as the original three colonial districts which united to form the state: Windsor, Wethersfield, and Hartford. The green bars run between the purple District bars and across the River bar, symbolizing the significance of the Charter Oak, which both helped unify and establish the state. The white backdrop represents the paper on which the US Constitution was written and the state’s nickname “Constitution State.” Posted by Preston Knapp [https://vexillology.fandom.com/wiki/User:Preston_Knapp]
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CT_PNG.png|The blue vertical line represents the Connecticut River (the longest in New England) cutting across the state, The three purple lines represent the grapevines in the state seal dating from 1635, as well as the original three colonial districts which united to form the state: Windsor, Wethersfield, and Hartford. The green bars run between the purple District bars and across the River bar, symbolizing the significance of the Charter Oak, which both helped unify and establish the state. The white backdrop represents the paper on which the US Constitution was written and the state’s nickname “Constitution State.”
 
Connecticut New Flag.png|CT Flag Proposal "apollohawkridge 1"
 
Connecticut New Flag.png|CT Flag Proposal "apollohawkridge 1"
 
Connecticut New Flag 2.png|CT Flag Proposal "apollohawkridge 2"
 
Connecticut New Flag 2.png|CT Flag Proposal "apollohawkridge 2"
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CT A&Z.png|Proposed flag for Connecticut. The cross of Saint George represents Connecticut's origin as one of the original New England colonies. The thirteen stars symbolize the first thirteen English settlements in Connecticut. The layout of the stars corresponds to the geographical location of those settlements within the colony. (Posted by Ken Morton)
 
CT Stars 2.png|Proposed flag for Connecticut. The off-center cross of Saint George represents Connecticut's beginnings as an English colony. The thirteen stars symbolize Connecticut's status as one of the original thirteen states. (Posted by Ken Morton)
 
CT Stars 2.png|Proposed flag for Connecticut. The off-center cross of Saint George represents Connecticut's beginnings as an English colony. The thirteen stars symbolize Connecticut's status as one of the original thirteen states. (Posted by Ken Morton)
 
CT Stars 1.png|Alternate version of previous design. (Posted by Ken Morton)
 
CT Stars 1.png|Alternate version of previous design. (Posted by Ken Morton)
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