By - fluffysmaugg
Ireland - Scotland - Wales - Normandy - France - England - Portugal - Denmark - León - Aragon - Sweden?
Indeed, any guesses on the top row? Not really heraldry but kind of relevant!
Not sure on the first one, although France used a white cross on blue in the Crusade after swapping with England. If it's meant to be Scotland, it should be a saltire, not a cross.
Second one is England's cross of St George, or Trier, or Genoa.
Third one is Wales, cross of St David.
Fourth one is possibly a take on Iceland's flag as a shield - but should still really be shifted to the dexter. If it's meant to be Ireland, it should be a red saltire on white if you're using the cross of St Patrick.
Fifth one is Cornwall's cross (St Piran)
Yeh it was a take on the saints’ flags that you’ve mentioned - the two should be saltire but I was playing around!
The blue white one also could mean zwolle as they currently use that
I would say the same except i didn't know the COA of Wales and didn't recognize León.
I got bored at work today and started misusing company resources.
Drawn with whiteboard markers and a biro!
Cute - i like lions a lot
Haha yeh, heraldic lions are cute especially when they have hearts
Ancient France, the semy, not the 3 Fleurs de lys...
As much as I dislike the royalist sentiment in the Fleur or on azure for France, I do agree that semy is superior