FLAGS AND SYMBOLS FROM 1800 TO 1900 CENTURY
This katipunan flag, at present in the private collection of Ron Northrup, U.S.A It is one of the first sample of flag with the triangle, sun and two stripes.
We can note that many flags and standards of the katipuneros were displayed like gonfalons.
This flag , at present in the collections of the W.P.A.M. -
West Point Academy Museum, U.S.A. is similar to the flag shown before, there are few differences exept the position of the stars.
The flag attribuited (wrongly ) to Leon Kilat was displayed in the same way of some flags shown on this page: vertically .
IMAGE FROM THE BOOK : " LEON KILAT AND THE CEBU REVOLUTION OF 1898 .
THANKS TO Jose R. Quisumbing - Caridad Aldecoa-Rodriquez
This flag was brought back by Oliver Morris, a soldier in the First Washington Volunteer Infantry in 1899.It is made of cotton bunting and is 17 inches wide and 30 inches long.The stripes are black and red with white triangle and a red sun, without stars.