SULU SULTANATE FLAGS AFTER 1899 - 6 - ROYAL PANJI

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SULU SULTANATE FLAGS AFTER 1899 - 6

SULU SULTANATE PANJI

The flag is a classic flag of the Sultanate of Sulu, the owner of it is Mr. Edwin Bautista, a Filipino collector and researcher.
Captured Sulu Sultanate Flag. 24.5" x 18.75". Linen, with hoist, blue canton with five stars, cross dagger and spear, and other device separately applied. An old typed note attached to the flag reads "Phillipine [sic] Insurrection Flag Captured at San Pedro Masantry on day General Lawton Was Killed". This flag was brought back by Captain Lucien G. Berry, Assistant Adjutant-General of US Volunteers. The flag must have been captured on December 19, 1899 (the date of General Lawton's death) in some unspecified action against the insurgents around San Pedro. Capt. Berry, a West Point graduate, brought back several interesting war souvenirs from his service in the Philippines.
The flag is kept in a private collection: The Flag Center/ Zaricor flag Collection.
THE SULTAN PALACE IN JOLO

The Palace of Sultan Jamalul Kiram II , note the five rings in front of the Palace, maybe they do represent the five territories of the Sultanate like the stars on the flags of the Sultanate have the same meaning.
SULU SULTANATE FLAG
Thiis flag, also owned by Nick A. presented some very interesting symbols : the crossed kalis and budjak and two images of building (maybe the Mecca's door or the Istana or royal palace , both surrounder by some ukkil motivs
SULU SULTANATE FLAG
This flag is very similar to the flag kept in the collections of the State Historical Society of Iowa.
The present owner is an american vexillologist and reseacher, Nick A.
CEREMONIAL FLAG OF THE SULTANATE OF SULU
This flag is a recent flag because the star and crescent on the flags of the Sulu Area appears on the first years of 1900 circa .
FLAG OF A MORO DATU SPANISH ALLIED,
BASILAN AREA.

Flag of a moro Datu spanish allied, note the spanish colors at the upper hoist of the flag


FLAG OF JAMASALI CHIEF. SIBUTU ISLAND

*Courtesy of Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology, and the Regents of the University of California, U.S.A.

DRAWING OF THE FLAG OF JAMASALI CHIEF OF SIBUTU ISLAND
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