Guernsey Parish flag of St Sampson Channel Islands
Guernsey Mainland, comprises of ten separate parish districts
Saint Sampson, is one of the parishes of Guernsey, Channel Islands. In 933 the islands, formerly under the control of William I, then Duchy of Brittany were annexed by the Duchy of Normandy. The island of Guernsey and the other Channel Islands represent the last remnants of the medieval Duchy of Normandy.
These flag sizes may be manufactured to order and may take two weeks for delivery. Standard size listed is 3x2 ft (90x60cm) - larger full flag pole sizw 5x3 ft (150x90 cm) also available
You can also order the superior quality Double Sided flag. What is the advantage? With the single digital print flag, one side is a clear vibrant image, with the crest and all the parish text readable correctly, where the rear would then be a mirror image with everything reversed. With a Double Sided flag, Both sides of the flag are printed identical so everthing is the correct aspect with text readable. A center black sheet is stictched together with both sides of the flag print so sunlight cannot interfere with the image overalaying onto the other, and the quality of the flag is much more hard wearing and heavier material.