The Bennington Flag, named for the Battle of Bennington in 1777, features thirteen stars in a blue canton and thirteen red and white stripes. Eleven of the stars form an arch over the numbers “76” (for 1776, the year of the Declaration of Independence,) with the remaining two stars above the arch. The Bennington Flag features seven white and six red stripes, unlike most US flags which have seven red and six white stripes.
The original Bennington Flag is on display at the Bennington Museum in Vermont.
Our Bennington Flag features:
- Embroidered star field
- Sewn stripes
- Available as either traditional flag, or vertical banner with polesleeve
Standard Historical Flag Features:
Flags feature strong, durable solid brass grommets.
All seams are double-stitched and or fly ends have either 4- 6 rows of double-stitching for durability.
All flags are finished with heavy-duty, no-shrink white header material for strength.
MADE IN THE USA
All our historical flags are proudly made in the USA