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Pennants from French Polynesia and Tahiti, United States Nylons
The French Polynesia and Tahiti Flaggen are made of Nylons and are refined with a sailcloth head and two brasspouts on the lifting side, 2 lines of seams on the top and bottom and 4 lines of seams on the slit side. On flagpoles they are fixed with a fall (rope) and flag snap locks or on smaller masts.
Default size for external flag are 2x3 feet, 3x5 feet, 4x6 feet, 5x8 feet and 6x10 feet. One 12 "x18" flag is available for Tahiti. Polynesia and Tahit interior flaggen are manufactured on order. Comes in 3x5 and 4x6 feet. with flanged lining and a strap sewed inside the case.
It can be attached to a hooks or screwed to an upper end of the procession or flagstaff to prevent the flag from slipping down. Inner and procession flag are provided with a two-inch golden ray rim. They are also available with a rod sleeve without fringes (on order, duration 2 weeks).
The inner flag is made in the USA. 3 x 5 feet indicators are usually shown on 7 feet or 8 feet rods. The 4x6 feet indicator flag is usually shown on 9 feet rods. The rods are available in either anodised aluminium or anodised aluminium. Interior shelves are available in either weight bearing anti-lock brake plastics or casted metals in gilded, brasscoloured or chrome-plated finish.
Flagpoles for indoor/parade masts are available in anti-slip synthetic material and in either yellow or chromium. Flags are available in the colours either pink or pink, the colours are typically fluorescent. The same colour and design for the Tahiti flag. In the middle of the ribbon the French Polyneisa flag has a coat of arms. It consists of a Polyynesian boat sailing on a blue/white wavy design and under gold/white sunrays.
Polynesia and Tahiti are semi-automatic French Overseas departments located in the South Pacific and flying the official flag of France. Ships that are French Polynesia certified must carry the flag of France, there is no official flag for French Polynesia. Franco-Polynese banners are shown on institutions and governments together with the French flag, but not alone.
Tahitian flag: a variation of the flag of the Kingdom of Torahiti, in use 1829-1842. In the 1970s, its use by France was banned.