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An East-Friesland-like flag, probably with
a family resemblance: black-red-blue horizontal tricolour with a white
lozenge, fimbriated black, centred and charged with a black 'W'.
Jorge Candeias, 10 Mar 1999
Blue with white inscription 'WESSELS' in italics. The 'W', however,
is transformed into a navigating ship through its shape, a wavy line below
and light blue additions of several parts typical of cargo ships.
Jorge Candeias, 10 Feb 1999
Image from "The dumpy book of ships and the sea" (ed. Henry Sampson,
published by Sampson Low, London, circa 1957). Caption: Westfal-Larsen
James Dignan, 15 Oct 2003
Quartered per saltire, blue in the top and bottom and white at the hoist
and fly, with a red 't' on the hoist field and a red 'W' on the fly field.
Jorge Candeias, 13 Mar 1999