the first one I found on Imperial flags blog:
My first thought was some sort of Ulster Volunteer Force flag from the home rule crisis of 1912-14, but it has six stars rather than nine, which lead me to think possibly an early idea for a Northern Ireland flag, or unofficial regimental flag from WWII?
Also of interest is the hand appears to be a left hand instead of right, and the field is a lighter blue than the Union Flag in the canton, possibly originally St Patrick's blue?It has the caption "Large Vintage Blue British Empire Ulster/Northern Ireland Flag measuring 8ft 8" by 4ft 2" but no other information.
The Next flag came from someone asking for help to identify it on Reddit. It came from a photo on a BBC website article about "Scottish independence: How would 'Yes' vote affect Northern Ireland?"
It is Dr David Hume (director of services at Grand Orange Lodge in Northern Ireland) standing in front of a banner which reads "Derry walls. No surrender. Derry. L-O. Y-B. ...19(?)". The banner has a painting of a soldier stood upon fort ramparts holding the flag in question. I can safely say the flag has nothing to do with either Londonderry or the siege of Derry. I made a picture of the flag:
Any help in identifying either of these flags would be appreciated