Off-white coloured cloth flag painted crimson, inscribed 'WELCOME ANZACS 1914-18'. It bears the brown-over-red colour scheme of the 7th Battalion (known colloquially as 'mud and blood').

It is presumed that this flag was produced to be used in the welcome home marches at the end of World War I in Australia.

Physical Description

Off-white coloured cloth flag painted crimson. First word is arched, and brown in colour on a white background. White line above and below the word and a crimson line between the white lines with a scroll at each end. Second word is at bottom of flag, in similar fashion to the top word. The flag is attached on its left hand side to a piece of circular dowelling.

More Information