The flag of Maltropia (Irish: Brat Maltróipea) is dark red, white and black with a centred armillary sphere flanked by a laurel and oaken wreath. It was adopted in 1683, based on the earlier flag of the Kingdom of Corcagia, which featured a globe instead of an armillary sphere, dating to the 1460s.
In the ratio 100:63, divided vertically into three bands of equal size. The left-hand stripe is a dark red, the centre white and the right-hand stripe black. Centred is an armillary sphere or surmounted by a globus cruciger azure with Celtic cross gules and with a wreath of laurel and oak as supporters.
In the ratio 100:63, divided vertically into three bands of equal size. The left-hand and right-hand stripes are a dark red, the centre white. Centred is a shield, bordure argent field azure , in pale three crowns or of diminishing size.
In the ratio 5:3, divided vertically in two bands in the ratio 2:1. The left-hand two thirds are the same red as the national flag, with a single centred white cross of Celtic knotwork. The right-hand third is black.