The Personal Standard of The French King's and Queens wad said to resembled this set of Colors. Meant to represent the "physical presence" of The Monarch. The Standard could fly over a structure or upon a Ship. It could also be displayed on the battlefield - if Royalty was present. Designed in 844 AD, it flew until the fall of The Monarchy in 1792 to Republicanism. The Field was White and covered in small Gold Fleur-dys-Lys. Centered was The Crest of The French Monarchs, supported by twin Cherubs. Most Standards were destroyed during The French Revolution.