Heraldic Pennon for the Isle of Mann
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For St. David's Day, the Flag of Wales as a Heraldic Pennon
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My first attempt at my arms on a pennon

As always comments welcome :)

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PENNON noun plural noun: pennons a long triangular or swallow-tailed flag, especially one of a kind formerly attached to a lance or helmet; a pennant. a tapering flag on a ship.
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Organizations and Pennons! blog.ironarachne.com/orga…
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double-pennon time
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Not enough pennons for premium

As a collector im going for the premiums in each season, however ive just had the notification that season is ending in 6 days and im still 450 short, which is too many to collect in a week. Im almost 100% certain i havent missed any gauntlets or anything which would explain such a large number difference and as far as i can remember ive only missed one 20 pennon daily Was wondering if anyone else is in a similar position or if youve got enough. The only way i can imagine getting there this season is if they do a really last minute gauntlet

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Flag of Đẑi Nam and imperial pennon of Nguyα»…n dynasty flown together at Tomb of Gia Long (Taken in HuαΊΏ, June 2020)
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pennon noun a long triangular or swallow-tailed flag, especially one of a kind formerly attached to a lance or helmet; a pennant. a tapering flag on a ship.
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Free 50 pennons

Today's facebook giveaway is 50 free thawfest pennons! Thought that was worth a mention since it's usually like 15 runes.

http://ludia.gg/200513_DR

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Unified Korea double pennon
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Flag of Đẑi Nam and imperial pennon of Nguyα»…n dynasty flown together
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Pennons measurements?

Anyone have access to a pennon that can get me measurements? I’ve been tasked with making pennons for a local CRP. Making them from scratch, prepping for deployment

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Pennons/Pennants/Pennons/Trails

Hello all, just joined.

I was was wondering if anybody knew the correct (British) term for the pennant affixed to a lance. Pennant it what I see most often, but it seems trail, pennon, and pencel have all been used.

Pennant appears to be a modern universal name applied to all flags where the fly is narrower.

'Pennant' seems originally be naval in nature, but 'pennon' seems to be moreso used on land, and 'trail' is the archaic name for mediaevel lance flags.

Any clarification is welcome :)

Edit: I see I wrote pennons twice D'oh! Meant to put pencel! That's what a couple beers does!

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Type: Hitmarker Name: for gradient pennon (use with dot crosshair)
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Official pennon of every Dutch province
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Any way for a free-to-play to get enough pennons to buy a dragon? I'm getting them from Gobber's duties and the monthly calendar, but it's only enough for some decorations I don't really care for.
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*double-pennon noise*
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Would-be Banner and Pennon of the late Sir Roger Scruton and now his son
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Thanks for all the feedback - here's the result in the form of a boat pennon
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Norwegians like to fly a pennon when they're not flying the flag. Do other countries do the same thing?
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What flag or pennon is this?
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Exeter-based Pennon Group acquires Bournemouth Water southwestwater.co.uk/inde…
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Why did the quadrilateral shape derived from the banner, or Banner of Arms become the universal shape for a national flag, rather than the more triangular shape of the Pennon or Standard?

Why is it that national flags are almost universally quadrilateral? I understand that most national flags descend from the Banner, or Banner of Arms but why did the quadrilateral banner take precedence over the Pennon or Standard in every country bar Nepal?

Can someone provide an example of National flags based on Pennons or Guidons which eventually evolved to the quadrilateral shape that is now standard?

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Interesting: why you find pennons instead of official flags flying on some garden poles in Norway [x-post from r/Norway] reddit.com/r/Norway/comme…
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The pennon of Sir Henry Percy captured by James Douglas, Earl of Douglas in single combat.
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The pennon of James Douglas, Earl of Douglas as used at the Battle of Otterburn.
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