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Azerbaijan: Presidential and ministerial flags

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Flag of the President of the Republic

[President of the Republic]

Flag of the President of the Republic - Image by Željko Heimer, 21 January 2001

Album des Pavillons [pay00] shows the flag of the President of the Republic as a flag of ratio 3:5, white with a light blue cotised wavy stripe along the bottom, as in the naval flag. Along the middle of the white field are set the national tricolour stripes defaced with a white disk of diameter larger than the width of the tricolour, in which is set the national emblem (coat of arms).

Željko Heimer, 21 January 2001


Flag of the Minister of Defense

[Minister of Defense]

Flag of the Minister of Defense - Image by Željko Heimer, 21 January 2001

[pay00] shows the flag of the Minister of Defense as a flag of ratio 3:5, white with a light blue cotised wavy stripe along the bottom, as in the naval flag. Along the middle of the white field is set a light blue stripe (1/5th of the hoist). In hoist are placed a red crescent and star fimbriated white, and in fly a light blue cabled anchor within a yellow wreath with a ribbon of national tricolour in base all fimbriated from the blue stripe in white.
Compared with the national flag, the flag has a bigger (or equal) star and a more "opened" crescent.

Željko Heimer, 21 January 2001


Colour specifications

The colour approximations given in Album des Pavillons [pay00] are:

  • Blue: Pantone Process Blue c / CMYK (%) C 100 - M 10 - Y 0 - K 5
  • Red: Pantone 1795c / CMYK (%) C 0 - M 90 - Y 100 - K 0
  • Green: Pantone 355c / CMYK (%) C 100 - M 0 - Y 90 - K 5
  • Light blue: Pantone 549c / CMYK (%) C 50 - M 0 - Y 0 - K 20

The images shown above were made approximating those colours to the closest BS (browser-safe) colour. The two blue shades seem on the screen very similar, though yet clearly different, but the difference is much more observable in printing since the Process blue is more lively than in on-screen look.

Željko Heimer, 21 January 2001