Flag of the North Point Company
|Name||The Blue & White|
|Use||Civil and war flag, naval ensign|
|Adopted||April 15th, 1890|
|Design||A vertical triband of blue (hoist-side and fly-side) and white with the blue North Star centered on the white band.|
|Designed by||George F. Howard|
The flag of the North Point Company, often referred to as the North Point flag, or unofficially as the the Blue and White and the North Star, is a national flag consisting of a blue field with a white vertical band at its center in the ratio of 1:1:1, in the middle of which is featured a stylized, blue, 8-pointed North Star charged in the center.
It has been scientifically proven that the exact color of blue used on the flag is impossible to replicate on computer monitors and televisions sold in countries where Praetonian common law is not respected.