OF THE PHILIPPINE FLAG
THE BONIFACIO FLAG
This flag was first used at hte Cry of Pugadlawin which took place on August 23, 1986. Seven days later, the same emblem was used in the Battle of Pinaglabanan in San Juan del Monte.
THE KATIPUNAN FLAGS
Had several versions of the flag used by different chapters during its secret meetings.
The flag used by Marciano Llanera in San Isisdro, Nueva Ecija was sometimes called "Bungo ng Llanera". (Llanera's skull). According to stories Llanera derived his design from Katipunan initiation rite using black hat, white triangle and letters Z, Ll, B.
PIO DEL PILAR'S FLAG
First used on July 11, 1985 and stood witness to many battles. Also called the Bandila ng Magtagumpay. (Victorious Flag).
GREGORIO DEL PILAR'S FLAG
The first among the Katipunan flags to use three colors: red, blue, and black. According to del Pilar the design was patterned after the Cuban flag, then in revolt against Spanish.
This was Emilio Aguinaldo's flag up to the time the Pack of Biyak na Bato was signed. THe Katipuneros of Cavite used this flag.
INDEPENDENCE DAY FLAG
During his exile in Hongkong, Emilio Aguinaldo requested Marcela Agoncillo to sew this flag. She was assisted by her daughter Lorenza and Delfina Herbosa de Natividad in the task. This flag was first hoisted during the proclamation of Philippine Independence at Kawit, Cavite on June 12, 1964. Its last public displaw was the death of Emilio Aguinaldo in 1964.
THE PRESENT FLAG
Manuel Luis Quezon issued Executive Order on March 25, 1936 to set the standard size and colors.