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Scotland Rampant Lion Flag

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The Scotland Rampant Lion flag is yellow with a large red lion in the center, facing left. Around it is a red rectangular border.
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This Rampant Lion of Scotland flag is manufactured in the US from nylon, a durable and weather-resistant fabric. Nylon is also quick-drying, which helps prevent mildew growth after contact with water. The red lion, border, and yellow background are added using advanced digital printing technology for vivid, UV-resistant colors.

Our flags are equipped with a robust canvas header and brass grommets for secure flying from any standard outdoor flagpole. We offer the Royal Banner of Scotland in the sizes 12” x 18”, 2’ x 3’, 3’ x 5’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’, and 6’ x 10’. Look at our table of common flagpole heights and their matching flag size to determine which option is right for you. 

Scotland Rampant Lion Flag Product Details:

  • Made in America, committing to our mission of supporting US industry
  • Authentic 13th-century design
  • 100% high-quality nylon
  • Strong canvas header
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets

Rampant Lion of Scotland Flag Meaning & History

The lion is an ancient heraldic symbol representing strength, courage, and royalty. It first appeared in Scottish heraldry in 1222, when it was printed on coins commissioned by King Alexander II. A few decades later, King Alexander III added the red border with fleur-de-lis. A banner with this design was used to represent the Kingdom of Scotland until 1603, when the Scottish King James VI also became the monarch of England. The Rampant Lion now forms part of the Royal Standard of the UK.


Other Details

Motto: "In My Defens God Me Defend" / "In my defence God me defend"
Capital: Edinburgh
Language(s): English, Scottish Gaelic, Scots
Currency: Pound Sterling (GBP)
Government: Devolved Government within Constitutional Monarchy
Flag Meaning: The Rampant Lion honors King William I, "the Lion," and became the royal coat of arms in Scotland.