This flag was created to represent the Vatican and Vatican city. The colors are yellow, white, gold, silver, and red. The design consists of a yellow band on the left and a white band, with the crossed keys of saint peter and the papal tiara, on the left. The flag was adopted on June 7th, 1929. It was designed in and modeled after the earlier papal states flags. Decoration fringed or plain. Type silk screen printed. Finished with a pole pocket that attaches to an oak flagpole. The display is completed with a gold floor stand, an attractive brass plated aluminum church cross, and a gold cord & tassel.