An obscure flag, it was designed and raised in 1810 as a symbol of rebellion against Spanish Rule by early Mexican Rebels. Priest Miguel Hidalgo organized armed Militias for the task of taking Mexico. Similar to the Medieval Gondalfone Pennet, the Flag was carried much the same way (on a “L”-Frame). Darkened Yellow-Gold in color, the Flag featured the full color image of The Virgin Mary in her incarnation as Our Lady of Guadalupe (the Patron of Mexico). Carried in battle and skirmish, it was taken by Spanish Forces when Fr. Hildalgo and his Army were captured and executed in 1811.