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Betsy Ross and other Revolutionary War era flags for sale.

Here you'll find historical flags from the Revolutionary War era including the Betsy Ross, Nyberg, Gadsden, Culpeper, 1st Navy Jack flags and much more.

  • Betsy Ross Flag 3x5 2-Ply Polyester

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    Betsy Ross Flag 3x5 2-Ply Polyester

    $45.00

    Betsy Ross 3x5 Flag with Sewn Stripes and Embroidered Stars Made of 2 ply polyester, which is the most durable and best option for those who fly their flag 24/7. This flag features 13 embroidered, five pointed stars arranged in a circular pattern...

  • Betsy Ross Nyberg Three Percenter 3x5 Flag

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    Betsy Ross Nyberg Three Percenter 3x5 Flag

    $9.00

    3 Percenter Flag Printed, single ply polyester, 3x5 Nyberg or Threeper flag. Designed by Gayle Nyberg, the flag represents the idea that the number of men that took up arms and fought for our freedom from the King of England during the...

  • Betsy Ross Nyberg Three Percenter Flag 3x5 2-Ply Polyester

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    Betsy Ross Nyberg Three Percenter Flag 3x5 2-Ply Polyester

    $45.00

    Betsy Ross III 3x5 Flag with Sewn Stripes, Embroidered Stars and Applique Roman Numerals Made of 2 ply polyester, which is the most durable and best option for those who fly their flag 24/7. This flag features 13 embroidered, five pointed stars...

  • Gadsden Don't Tread On Me 3x5 Flag

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    Gadsden Don't Tread On Me 3x5 Flag

    $9.00

    Printed, single ply polyester, 3x5 Gadsden flag. Designed by Christopher Gadsden, the Gadsden flag is often referred to as the 1st Marine Corps flag, because Gadsden was one of the three member Marine committee ordered by congress in October of...

  • Gadsden Don't Tread On Me Flag 3x5 2-Ply Polyester

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    Gadsden Don't Tread On Me Flag 3x5 2-Ply Polyester

    $45.00

    Sewn, 2-ply polyester Gadsden Flag. Designed by Christopher Gadsden, the Gadsden flag is often credited as being the 1st Marine Corps flag, as Gadsden was one of a three member Marine committee, ordered by the second conental congress in...

  • Gadsden Don't Tread On Me Flag 3x5 Superknit Polyester

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    Gadsden Don't Tread On Me Flag 3x5 Superknit Polyester

    $10.00

    Superknit Polyester, 3x5 Gadsden flag. Designed by Christopher Gadsden, the Gadsden flag has been referred to as the 1st Marine Corps flag, because Gadsden was a member of the three man Marine committee assembled by congress in October of 1775 to...

  • Vintage Antiqued Applique Betsy Ross Garden Flag

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    Vintage Antiqued Applique Betsy Ross Garden Flag

    $14.00

    This beautiful sewn and embroidered Betsy Ross garden flag is made of high quality nylon fabric. Darker shades of red and blue are used as well as a light brown or beige color that is used in lieu of white, in order to provide a tea...

  • Vintage Antiqued Applique Betsy Ross House Flag

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    Vintage Antiqued Applique Betsy Ross House Flag

    $25.00

    This beautiful sewn and embroidered Betsy Ross flag is made of high quality nylon fabric. Darker shades of red and blue are used as well as a light brown or beige color that is used in lieu of white, in order to provide a tea stained, aged...

  • Vintage Antiqued Sewn Nylon 3x5 Betsy Ross Flag

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    Vintage Antiqued Sewn Nylon 3x5 Betsy Ross Flag

    $30.00

    This beautiful sewn and embroidered Betsy Ross flag is made of high quality nylon fabric that is printed with an authentic looking, tea stained, aged finish. If you are looking for an olde world, vintage appearance for your patriotic decor, this is...

  • Washington's Cruisers Appeal to Heaven 3x5 Flag

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    Washington's Cruisers An Appeal to Heaven 3x5 Flag

    $9.00

    3x5 An Appeal to Heaven flag. Also known as the Massachusetts Navy Flag. In September 1775, the Massachusetts Navy launched two strong floating batteries on the Charles River, Massachusetts, and in October, they fired on the British in Boston. Also...