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Gadsden Flag 5ft x 8ft Nylon - Dont Tread On Me

Gadsden Flag 5ft x 8ft Nylon - Dont Tread On Me
SKU: FLGHN581000037237
MPN: 060743
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    • 100% made in the USA
    • Made with 100% nylon, known for its weather resistance
    • Excellent durability and resistance to fading
    • Finished with a heavy canvas heading and brass grommets
    • Excellent fly ability, requires low winds to fly
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    Our Gadsden 2'x 3' Nylon Flag is made of 100 % durable, heavyweight nylon. These top quality flags are made of the highest standards in the USA. They are finished with a strong canvas heading and 2 brass grommets. This flag looks great both outdoors and indoors, and is 100% USA Made. Suitable to fly daily.

    The Gadsden Flag is also know as the Don't tread on me flag. This flag was first used by Commodore Esek Hopkins, the first Commander in Chief of the New Continental Fleet, when his ships put to sea for the first time in February, 1776. Flags with the symbol of the rattlesnake were very popular in Rhode Island at this time. Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina copied this flag and presented it to the Continental Congress.

  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin United States
    Season Everyday
    Material Printed Nylon
    Size 5ft x 8ft
    Common Filters Historical
    References Gadsden
    Type Outdoor
    VIP Express Shipping VIP
    Product Type Nylon Flags
    Left Overlay Image Made_in_USA_USF_prod.png
    Brand Valley Forge

Our Gadsden 2'x 3' Nylon Flag is made of 100 % durable, heavyweight nylon. These top quality flags are made of the highest standards in the USA. They are finished with a strong canvas heading and 2 brass grommets. This flag looks great both outdoors and indoors, and is 100% USA Made. Suitable to fly daily.

The Gadsden Flag is also know as the Don't tread on me flag. This flag was first used by Commodore Esek Hopkins, the first Commander in Chief of the New Continental Fleet, when his ships put to sea for the first time in February, 1776. Flags with the symbol of the rattlesnake were very popular in Rhode Island at this time. Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina copied this flag and presented it to the Continental Congress.

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin United States
Season Everyday
Material Printed Nylon
Size 5ft x 8ft
Common Filters Historical
References Gadsden
Type Outdoor
VIP Express Shipping VIP
Product Type Nylon Flags
Left Overlay Image Made_in_USA_USF_prod.png
Brand Valley Forge

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