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Even up to the eve of the Easter Rising of 1916, the green flag featuring a harp held undisputed sway.
In 1883, a Parnellite tricolour of yellow, white and green, arranged horizontally, was recorded.
The precise colours of the flag as set by the Department of the Taoiseach are: The flag should normally be displayed on a flagstaff, with the green pale positioned next to the flagstaff, at the hoist; the white pale positioned in the centre; and the orange pale positioned at the fly, farthest from the flagstaff.
Provided that the correct proportions are observed, the flag may be made to any convenient size.
The flag's use was continued by the Irish Free State (1922–1937) and it was later given constitutional status under the 1937 Constitution of Ireland.
The tricolour is used by nationalists on both sides of the border as the national flag of the whole island of Ireland since 1916.