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By W & G Myers, Birmingham, 1892
Incorporated in the Rules were the Club flags which, it was agreed, should be "a Red Burgee with a White St. George's Cross and Red Lion Rampant on Yellow Shield and a Red Ensign with Red Lion Rampant on a Yellow Shield". The ensign was never adopted but the burgee of course has survived the first century, in spite of a request in 1898 from the Royal St. George Yacht Club at Dun Laoghaire, which was some thirty-eight years senior to the Corinthian, asking that the latter should change its burgee as it clashed with that of the Irish Club.
|Height||55.00 mm||(2.17 inches)|
|Width||37.00 mm||(1.46 inches)|
|Depth||11.00 mm||(0.43 inches)|