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Eureka Flag (Tattered)

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SKU: CTC500
Size: 90mm x 70mm.

This patch is a bit different, it represents the torn and tattered remains of the Eureka Flag, the original of which is kept at the Ballarat Fine Art Museum.

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    Size: 90mm x 70mm. This patch is a bit different, it represents the torn and tattered remains of the Eureka Flag, the original of which is kept at the Ballarat Fine Art Museum. The Eureka Flag is thought to have been designed by a Canadian gold miner by the name of "Lieutenant" Ross during the Eureka Stockade uprising in Ballarat, Victoria, in 1854. According to Frank Cayley's book Flag of Stars the flag's five stars represent the Southern Cross and the white cross joining the stars represents unity in defiance. The blue background is believed to represent the blue shirts worn by many of the diggers, rather than represent the sky as is commonly thought. The flag above is considered to be the Eureka Flag (a number of variants seem to have existed), as it is the design of the flag torn down at the stockade by Police Constable John King on the morning of the miners' uprising - Sunday, 3 December 1854. The torn and tattered remains of this flag is kept at the Ballarat Fine Art Museum.
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