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This post continues on the theme of flags used during the Jacobite Rising of 1745. This flag is recorded as being used by the Edinburgh Regiment when it attempted to defend the Scottish capital. The regiment as a whole never saw any fighting service, though some volunteers from Edinburgh did fight in Cope's army at Prestonpans.
This is my recreation of the flag. It is an old Covenanter flag (likely from the English Civil War), as its inscription "Covenants for Religion, King, and Kingdomes" testifies. If it originally dates from the English Civil War, that would mean that this flag had not been flown for almost 100 years. If you would like a wargame unit of Edinburgh Volunteers to fly this flag, feel free; however, I would appreciate credit as artist of this flag's recreation :). There are still more Jacobite flags to recreate...