(Administration note: I wasn't sure whether to put this in Collecting or Other Flags, since collecting the existing posts seem to be about collecting American flags, feel free to move to a more fitting forum) While I wouldn't consider myself a big flag collector, I have managed to amass a nice collection these past few years. I've collected the flags of the foreign nations I have been to thus far (Canada, United Kingdom (though some tell me this does not count as all 5 hours were spent in an airport), Italy, Vatican City (Holy See), and Ireland. Also, though I have not visited Nepal, I picked up one of its flags, mainly for the unique shape and beauty of it. I might have to invent a reason to fly it just to see what it looks like with some wind, given the unusual shape and all. Which means I have the only two non rectuangular or square flags, as I also have my State flag, I live in Ohio: Oh, and just so this fits, I do have a reproduction cotton Bennington flag in my collection, I currently use this one as a wallhanging in my room. I do occasionally display it on significant holidays but with it being cotton the weather and wind have to be just right to do so. Other highlights include my "Flags of the World" United Nations miniature flag set, a collection of Xavier University flags that I need to photograph still, Olympics, Bavarian flags and more. Anyway: I have put together a webpage that I hope to finish out as I take time to photograph the rest of my collection. Here is My Flag Collection page. Most of the worthwhile stuff is on there now, the rest is mostly decorative novelty banners and sports team related stuff. If I follow the trend of collecting flags of the nations I visit, in 2010 I hope to add Germany, Austria and Hungary to that list.