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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)
Proposal Flag of Connecticut three grapes.svg|Proposal "three grapes" for a flag for the state of Connecticut. By [[User:Qaz_Janssen|Qaz]] Dec 2019 ([[User:Qaz Janssen/Proposals/Subnational/US-NEA#Connecticut|details]])
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Proposal flag connecticut three grapes.png|Proposal "three grapes" for a flag for the state of Connecticut, taking colours and symbol (grape) from the state seal. (Thanks to TheMaster001 for the design of the bunch of grapes.)
 
CT3.jpg|The green and purple represent the leaves and the fruit of the grape vines on the current american flag. The grapes in white represent the grapes again. The 3 stripes represent the 3 individual vines on the original flag.
 
CT3.jpg|The green and purple represent the leaves and the fruit of the grape vines on the current american flag. The grapes in white represent the grapes again. The 3 stripes represent the 3 individual vines on the original flag.
 
CT6.jpg|The 3 purple stripes represent the 3 grape vines on the original flag. The blue bent stripe represents the flow of the Connecticut River
 
CT6.jpg|The 3 purple stripes represent the 3 grape vines on the original flag. The blue bent stripe represents the flow of the Connecticut River
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Connecticut - Charter Oak .png|A Charter Oak flag, with the oak design borrowed from Connecticut's commemorative state quarter. (Posted by Ken Morton)
 
Connecticut - Charter Oak .png|A Charter Oak flag, with the oak design borrowed from Connecticut's commemorative state quarter. (Posted by Ken Morton)
 
Connecticut - Charter Oak Flag.png|Another Charter Oak design. (Posted by Ken Morton)
 
Connecticut - Charter Oak Flag.png|Another Charter Oak design. (Posted by Ken Morton)
Connecticut - Abstract.png|An abstract design. A good fit for a state without a widely recognized representational symbol (Posted by Ken Morton)
 
Connecticut Oak Cluster.png|Thirteen stars and an oak leaf cluster, representing the Charter Oak. The three oak leaves mirror the three grape vines on the current Connecticut flag and , like the vines, symbolize the three original colonies -- the Hartford, New Haven and Saybrook colonies -- that were combined to form the colony of Connecticut.(Posted by Ken Morton)
 
CT807.png|([[User:Trevor807/Proposals|details]])
 
 
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