Hertfordshire’s flag was registered on 19th November 2008.
The blue and white waves are held to represent the many rivers of the county and the shield (inescutcheon) bearing a hart (deer) is taken from the arms of the Borough of Hertford the county town. This is a punning reference to the name of the town and shire. The gold colour of the shield was likely chosen as the providing the best visibility.
A representation of a hart or deer is used by various different county bodies and has a been strongly associated with the county for many years.
- 100% polyester flag
- Featuring County flag of Hertfordshire
- Size: 5ft x 3ft