Well, playing around with Scrontch of course...
Variations on a general theme of red and white, with a gold eagle. It should probably be two-headed but Scrontch doesn't support that. Obviously, I could go back and do most of these with a diamond not a roundel and other variations. I may do that another time. The last one is the problem for that as I haven't used a roundel anyway - I've actually used a white cross on a vertical-striped red-and-white background. This produces a flag divided into three, with a central white bar and two side-panels of white crosses on red. It actually looks a bit Danish to me. I've used the same technique (but reversed) to produce a VBCW flag with St George's crosses, that I've thrown in at the end as a bonus.
There are two with thin horizontal red and white stripes. One goes red-white-red... the other white-red-white... but they're so similar that they would be indistinguishable on the tabletop. They could only be used as variants I think, so I've listed them as 2a and 2b. When I get around to it, variations of these will be accompanying my Ruritanian troopers, who will see the light of day at some point I'm sure.
|Ruritanian unit 1|
|Ruritanian unit 2a|
|Ruritanian unit 2b|
|Ruritanian unit 3|
|Ruritanian unit 4|
|Ruritanian unit 5|
|Ruritanian unit 6|
|Ruritanian unit 7|
And, for a VBCW unit or something similar, perhaps Anglicans from Exeter given the tower motif and the St George's crosses...
|South Devon Anglican Defence Force|