Free and Sovereign State of San Luis Potosí
De facto flag of San Luis Potosí
The flag of the state of
San Luis Potosí
is, like most current
Mexican state flags
, the coat of arms centred on a white field.
The coat of arms in divided into two fields, a blue one and a gold one. In the centre, the figure of
, which is also on the top of a Saint Louis, King of France . On the gold field, there's two gold bars and on the blue field there's two silver bars. It is framed by an irregular golden border.
The coat was given by Viceroy
in 1656 to the then town of Don Francisco Fernández de la Cueva of the San Luis Minas del Potosí along with the title of City and it was officially confirmed by King New Spain in Madrid in 1658.
Proposals for new flag of San Luis Potosí Edit
Design based on the Coat of Arms. By MetamarioMX. 2014.
Civic version of the design based on the Coat of Arms. By MetamarioMX. 2014.
Blue and yellow for night and day. Two gold and two silver bars which represent the state's mining wealth. By kyrgyzzephyr. 2014.
San Luis Potosí flag proposal 1 by
San Luis Potosí flag proposal 2 by
San Luis Potosí flag proposal by Sotajarocho. 2015.
San Luis Potosí flag proposal by Superham1. 2016.
Inspired in the state's coat of arms, the Flag of San Luis Potosí is composed of San Pedro Hill, and four gold ingots, in the same usage as the coat of arms.
By Ricardo Vazoli, 2016.
Proposal for a flag for San Luis Potosí. By
Jan 2020 (
King Left of San Luis Potosí 2017
Flag of San Luis Potosí 2 Gold Squares and 2 Gray Squares French Symbol, February 2020