Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Samuel McKittrick
About
Samuel's posts

Post has attachment
Book for Sale
I am pleased to announce that my book Northern Ireland Flags & Emblems is now for sale and can be purchased here . The book features 184 quality A4 pages in full colour, with plenty of pictures and illustrations, some of which are the result of my own work....

Post has attachment
Irish Coast Guard
Something I thought before due to recent events reminded of, is what a bad flag the Irish Coast Guard have. It is a white flag with the logo of a stylised harp and anchor in the centre. This is highlighted on Facebook in the last 24 hours or so following th...

Post has attachment
Flag Institute flag and emblem
On 18th November 2016, the United Kingdom's flag charity and representative on the International Federation of Vexillological Associations (FIAV) formally adopted a new flag and emblem at their council meeting. The former emblem was a blue flag with a cross...

Post has attachment
Nigel Johnston's NI flag
Apologise for the lack of activity at the moment I am currently very busy, but I have material for a few posts waiting which I will try to get up when I can. About a year ago Nigel Johnston posted a design on the New Flag for Northern Ireland facebook page ...

Post has attachment
Royal Tank Regiment Camp Flag
This is a post I wanted to do a couple of days ago to mark the 99th anniversary of the battle of Cambrai (20th November 1917), but due to other priorities had to be put back till today. The Royal Tank Regiment is the oldest tank unit in the world, Originall...

Post has attachment
UK police badge redesigns Part 1
As far as British police badges go, most are pretty good, but I think some are rather generic. Most feature an eight pointed star generally (but not always) topped with a crown. In the centre of the star is a circular disk, with the name of the police force...

Post has attachment
The US flag might get 51 stars
Hi all I am pleased to be back blogging, I have finished the print publication I mentioned and it is currently being submitted to potential publishers, I will of course update the blog on progress. The world has today been focused on the result of the Ameri...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
National Museum of the Royal Navy
This idea came to me after watching a BBC documentary about the restoration of HMS Caroline, which is a veteran of the 1st World War and currently being turned into a floating museum in Belfast's Titanic Quarter. Currently owned by the National Museum of th...

Post has attachment
Wait while more posts are being loaded