The Egyptian flag lapel pin in rectangular shape,length to width ratio is 3:2. The flag is composed of three parallel and equal rectangles of red, white and black from top to bottom, and the center is the national emblem pattern.
The Egyptian flag was opened on October 4, 1984. Red represents revolution and blood, white represents a bright future, and black represents a long history of foreign repression. The central emblem is called the "Salatin Eagle", and the golden eagle looking at the west symbolizes the growing civilization; the vertical shield of the eagle's chest symbolizes the Kulich tribe associated with Muhammad, the text below the talons. It is the "Arab Republic of Egypt" written in Arabic.