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Placement of the Washington State Flag

When the Washington State flag is displayed in any manner other than by being flown from a staff, it should be displayed either horizontally or vertically, whether indoors or out. When the Washington State flag is displayed either horizontally or vertically against a wall, the first quarter should appear at the top and to the observer's left.

Placement of of the State Flag

When the U.S. flag and Washington State flag are displayed together against a wall, the U.S. flag should have the position of honor on the observer's left, with the union uppermost and to the observer's left. The Washington State flag should be displayed as described above, with the first quarter uppermost and to the observer's left. When displayed with the U.S. flag against a wall, the Washington State flag should be approximately the same size as, but never larger than the U.S. flag. It should be suspended at the same height as, but never higher than the U.S. flag.