I know!!!!! More Flodden flags...............
I think this maybe the last 2 flags for the Battle of Flodden..........until I can find more to make, that is. Thanks to Eric, for passing on the info about the Blue Blanket flag.
The Blue Blanket
The "Banner of the Holy Ghost", or Blue Blanket was dedicated at the alter of St Eloi, in St Giles church. It was carried at processions and represents the rights and privileges confirmed to Edinburgh citizens in 1482, when they rescued James III from imprisonment in Edinburgh Castle.
The Blue Blanket survived the Reformation and destruction of St Eloi's as a symbol of the Incorporated Trades.
In Osprey Elite 167, Scottish Renaissance Armies 1513-1550, there is a mention that The Incorporated Tradesmen of Edinburgh, took their guidon "The Blue Blanket" to Flodden.
The second flag, Is another Holy Banner, being the Banner of St Margaret of Scotland. This flag could have been carried by any unit of the Scots army. This flag is another that is taken out of Military Modelling 1982 Manual, which does have another two flags that I've not made yet, so I lied before!!!!