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Some of our designs are based on actual houses while others are inspired by ideas, and that's the case with Bond Pink. If you place Howley Green, Fleming White and Bond Pink together - in that order - you will create a subtle and unique recreation of the old Republic of Newfoundland flag. Bond Pink is named after Sir Robert Bond, while the other two are named for Bishops Michael Fleming and Michael Howley; all three important Newfoundlanders during the mid 1800s to early 1900s. These three pieces are not based on specific houses on these streets, but the flat front style - no mansard roof or bay window - is the most common house downtown and occurs on virtually every street.
While the Pink, White and Green flag is definitely a thing now, it was never an official flag for the province and there is no clear evidence of how the flag came to be.
You can read more about this here.