FLAGS AND SYMBOLS FROM 1800 TO 1900 CENTURY
GONFALON OF THE KATIPUNEROS OF MALIBAY, PASAY 1896
This gonfalon was the gonfalon of the Katipunan group of Malibay, Pasay; a red cloth with the masonic triangle and the "eye of God " on it ; below the triangle they placed the following alpha-numeric letters : K 3 K and the name of Malibay, the place where the group was located.
FLAG OF THE KATIPUNEROS OF BICOL
The flag was adopted by the Katipuneros of Bicol and flyied during many battles like the battle of Agdangan; according a source it was the flag the Abellas of Camarines sur.
KKK flag with the inscription " MANB " - Mga Anak Ng Bayan.
The flag originally was red with the inscription and symbols in white and made by cotton..
This image shows a replica of the flag, made by silk with symbols and letters in yellow .
The KKK flag replica at present is in the Museo Ng Katipunan of San Juan, MetroManila.
( SUPPOSED ) FIRST FLAG OF THE FILIPINOS, APRIL 1897.
According to some sources In april, 1897, in the Naik Assembly, all the military leaders of the Katipunan decided to adopt a new common flag for all the Filipinos.
We don't really have any proof that the original flag adopted in Naik had eight rays of a white sun, we just have drawings made in recent times based on oral descriptions; the flag shown on the right side , instead is true and maybe can give us a good idea of how was the true flag adopted in Naik Assembly.
KATIPUNAN FLAG *
This flag came to America as the souvenirs of a soldier during the Philippine-American War. Hand sewn this flag is made of cotton with the The white part of the eyes are made of cotton fabric. The black outlines are embroidered in heavy black thread.sun face being made of wool.
There is a very old hand written tag that identifies the flag as Katipunan.flag Unfortunately, the name of the soldier that brought it to U.S.A is unknown.
* Bill Combs Collection