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English: Royal Standard, raised in the presence of the King of France (used as a state flag by the Kingdom of France under the absolute monarchy). Used from around 1638 to 1790
Français : Pavillon royal, arboré en présence du roi (1638 - 1790)
Source Own work based on: First Royal Standard of France.jpg and Royal Standard of the Kingdom of France.jpg
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