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The “Betsy Ross Flag” is traditionally regarded as the first American flag. According to legend, in 1776 George Washington commissioned Betsy Ross to design a flag for the new continental army. The design she came up with featured thirteen alternating red and white stripes, with thirteen stars on a blue canton.

Our Betsy Ross 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.

All our historical flags are proudly made in the USA

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