of the Spanish Succession
England and Scotland
The act of union in 1707 resulted in the joining of the St. George cross of England and the St. Andrews cross of Scotland on the new flags.
English regiments. were all of one battalion, except the Guards, which were of two.
This series of flags is available in the Classic plain colored style and in a textured style and in each for the pre and post Act of Union versions.
Most regiment's colors matched their uniform's facing color. There are therefore several generic colors that can be simply matched to the regiment of your choice depending on its uniform.
The Pre 1707 versions are suitable for the period of the Grand Alliance and the League of Augsberg.
Flags were in approximately
6 feet square.