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The jolly roger known to be used by Captain Sao Feng, Pirate Lord of the South China Sea.


Pirates of the Caribbean: The Secret Files of the East India Trading Company


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current19:19, August 18, 2017Thumbnail for version as of 19:19, August 18, 2017554 × 416 (323 KB)Uskok (wall | contribs)
04:23, February 20, 2014Thumbnail for version as of 04:23, February 20, 2014411 × 283 (127 KB)J Fan (wall | contribs)Transparent version of the "Secret Files of the East India Trading Company" image
22:09, May 22, 2012Thumbnail for version as of 22:09, May 22, 2012500 × 344 (42 KB)Captain Teague (wall | contribs)
02:02, January 19, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 02:02, January 19, 2009411 × 283 (112 KB)K editor (wall | contribs)Captain Swann/Turner's flag as seen in ''Pirates of the Caribbean: The Secret Files of the East India Trading Company'' companion book, and briefly in the "Hoist the Colors" scene in the third film.


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