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Hawaii Nylon Flag

Hawaii Nylon Flag

Available Sizes: 12×18 in, 2×3 ft, 3×5 ft, 4×6 ft, 5×8 ft

The Union Jack was Hawaii’s flag until 1816 when Hawaii was under British protection. The Union Jack remains in the canton of the Hawaii flag, the rest of the flag consisting of varying numbers of red, white and blue stripes. In 1845 the number of stripes became eight, each stripe representing one of the main islands in the Hawaiian chain.

Product Specs

  • Size: 12x18 in, 2x3 ft, 3x5 ft, 4x6 ft, 5x8 ft
  • Type: Nylon
  • Display Type: Outdoor
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Hawaii Rayon Stick Flag

Hawaii Rayon Stick Flag

Available Sizes: 4×6 in, 8×12 in

Rayon stick flag. Mounted on black staff with gold spear. Call for quantity pricing.

 

Product Specs

  • Size: 4x6 in, 8x12 in
  • Type: Rayon
  • Display Type: Indoor
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Idaho Nylon Flag

Idaho Nylon Flag

Available Sizes: 12×18 in, 2×3 ft, 3×5 ft, 4×6 ft, 5×8 ft

The state seal that appears on the Idaho state flag was designed by Miss Emma Edwards in 1891. The star that appears in the lower part of the golden rim indicated that Idaho was a new state. The Idaho state flag was originally the state name in a blue field but was changed in March of 1927 Miss Edwards surviving original artwork. The miner in the state seal is appropriate because the well-known minerals in the state include lead, zinc, silver, gold and copper.

Product Specs

  • Size: 12x18 in, 2x3 ft, 3x5 ft, 4x6 ft, 5x8 ft
  • Type: Nylon
  • Display Type: Outdoor
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Idaho Rayon Stick Flag

Idaho Rayon Stick Flag

Available Sizes: 4×6 in, 8×12 in

Rayon stick flag. Mounted on black staff with gold spear. Call for quantity pricing.

 

Product Specs

  • Size: 4x6 in, 8x12 in
  • Type: Rayon
  • Display Type: Indoor
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Illinois Nylon Flag

Illinois Nylon Flag

Available Sizes: 12×18 in, 2×3 ft, 3×5 ft, 4×6 ft, 5×8 ft

In 1915 the Daughters of the American Revolution were instrumental in organizing a competition for the design of the state flag. Some of their members designed the winning flag bearing the state seal. The seal consists of an eagle standing on a rock with a red ribbon bearing the state motto in its mouth. A shield bearing the Stars and Stripes leans on the rock and a laurel wreath.

Product Specs

  • Size: 12x18 in, 2x3 ft, 3x5 ft, 4x6 ft, 5x8 ft
  • Type: Nylon
  • Display Type: Outdoor
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Illinois Rayon Stick Flag

Illinois Rayon Stick Flag

Available Sizes: 4×6 in, 8×12 in

Rayon stick flag. Mounted on black staff with gold spear. Call for quantity pricing.

Product Specs

  • Size: 4x6 in, 8x12 in
  • Type: Rayon
  • Display Type: Indoor
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Indiana Nylon Flag

Indiana Nylon Flag

Available Sizes: 12×18 in, 2×3 ft, 3×5 ft, 4×6 ft, 5×8 ft

Indiana officially has two state flags, because after law adopted the new flag in 1955, the law of 1901 adopting the Stars and Stripes was never repealed. Paul Hadley’s design won yet another state flag competition run by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1916. His design is yellow on a blue field, with the Liberty Torch in the center. Thirteen stars representing the original states outline the design, with another five stars representing the next five states admitted in an inner circle. Atop the torch is a larger star with the name Indiana above it.

Product Specs

  • Size: 12x18 in, 2x3 ft, 3x5 ft, 4x6 ft, 5x8 ft
  • Type: Nylon
  • Display Type: Outdoor
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Indiana Rayon Stick Flag

Indiana Rayon Stick Flag

Available Sizes: 4×6 in, 8×12 in

Rayon stick flag. Mounted on black staff with gold spear. Call for quantity pricing.

 

Product Specs

  • Size: 4x6 in, 8x12 in
  • Type: Rayon
  • Display Type: Indoor
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Iowa Nylon Flag

Iowa Nylon Flag

Available Sizes: 12×18 in, 2×3 ft, 3×5 ft, 4×6 ft, 5×8 ft

The Daughters of the American Revolution organized another state flag contest won by DAR member Dixie Cornell Gebhardt in 1917. The winning flag design, adopted in 1921, is on a background of three vertical red, white and blue stripes representing Iowa’s part in the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. The blue stripe represents loyalty, truth and justice, the white stripe signifies purity, and the red stripe stands for courage. A flying eagle with a scroll in its mouth taken from the state seal is centered on the flag above the word IOWA.

Product Specs

  • Size: 12x18 in, 2x3 ft, 3x5 ft, 4x6 ft, 5x8 ft
  • Type: Nylon
  • Display Type: Outdoor
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Iowa Rayon Stick Flag

Iowa Rayon Stick Flag

Available Sizes: 4×6 in, 8×12 in

Rayon stick flag. Mounted on black staff with gold spear. Call for quantity pricing.

Product Specs

  • Size: 4x6 in, 8x12 in
  • Type: Rayon
  • Display Type: Indoor
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Kansas Nylon Flag

Kansas Nylon Flag

Available Sizes: 12×18 in, 2×3 ft, 3×5 ft, 4×6 ft, 5×8 ft

The Kansas state flag shows the state seal, which shows a rising sun, and the 34 stars symbolize the states that were in the Union in 1861. The state seal shows a ploughman preparing the field for planting. The native wild sunflower resting on a twisted wreath of blue and gold shown on the blue field was adopted as the state flower in 1903. The state name was added in gold capital letters in 1963.

Product Specs

  • Size: 12x18 in, 2x3 ft, 3x5 ft, 4x6 ft, 5x8 ft
  • Type: Nylon
  • Display Type: Outdoor
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Kansas Rayon Stick Flag

Kansas Rayon Stick Flag

Available Sizes: 4×6 in, 8×12 in

Rayon stick flag. Mounted on black staff with gold spear. Call for quantity pricing.

 

Product Specs

  • Size: 4x6 in, 8x12 in
  • Type: Rayon
  • Display Type: Indoor
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Kentucky Nylon Flag

Kentucky Nylon Flag

Available Sizes: 12×18 in, 2×3 ft, 3×5 ft, 4×6 ft, 5×8 ft

The Kentucky state flag shows a simplified version of the state seal depicting “two friends embracing” centered on a blue field. The “Commonwealth of Kentucky” appears in gold lettering around the top half of the seal with two sprigs of the state flower, goldenrod form an arc around the bottom of the seal. 

Product Specs

  • Size: 12x18 in, 2x3 ft, 3x5 ft, 4x6 ft, 5x8 ft
  • Type: Nylon
  • Display Type: Outdoor
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Kentucky Rayon Stick Flag

Kentucky Rayon Stick Flag

Available Sizes: 4×6 in, 8×12 in

Rayon stick flag. Mounted on black staff with gold spear. Call for quantity pricing.

 

Product Specs

  • Size: 4x6 in, 8x12 in
  • Type: Rayon
  • Display Type: Indoor
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Louisiana Nylon Flag

Louisiana Nylon Flag

Available Sizes: 12×18 in, 2×3 ft, 3×5 ft, 4×6 ft, 5×8 ft

In 1912, one hundred years after attaining state status, the legislature of Louisiana adopted its official state flag, featuring an image of a mother pelican feeding her three baby pelican’s in their nest. The symbol of the pelican family has its origins in the earliest days of Louisiana’s settlement. Legend has it that the state’s first residents were impressed with the way the mother pelicans would peck at their own breasts until they bled to provide nourishment for their young when food sources were scare. Even though the symbolism of the blood being shed indicated the sacrifices of the people of the state, the blood drops were never shown in any of the official illustrations.  After the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina, a bill was enacted by the state legislature to add the drops of blood to the image of the mother pelican’s breast. August of 2007 marked the one –year anniversary of the passage of Bill 833 but as yet no official artwork has been provided by the State of Louisiana nor can we confirm that anyone is in the process of developing any artwork.  In light of the demand for the updated flag, Annin Flagmakers has begun manufacturing Louisiana state flags with three blood drops in what we believe is an appropriate placement.

Product Specs

  • Size: 12x18 in, 2x3 ft, 3x5 ft, 4x6 ft, 5x8 ft
  • Type: Nylon
  • Display Type: Outdoor
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Louisiana Rayon Stick Flag

Louisiana Rayon Stick Flag

Available Sizes: 4×6 in, 8×12 in

Rayon stick flag. Mounted on black staff with gold spear. Call for quantity pricing.

 

Product Specs

  • Size: 4x6 in, 8x12 in
  • Type: Rayon
  • Display Type: Indoor
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