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20th Texas - Sewn Cotton

Date Added: Wednesday 12 July, 2017



20th Texas - Sewn Cotton

Model: Price:   $40.00
Sale: $36.00


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Details:20th Texas Volunteers. Made up of older middle-aged men from Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. Stationed at Galveston, Texas. Famous for their role in a decisive Confederate victory at Galveston in January of 1863. 3'x5' flag. All sewn and embroidered. 100% cotton. White header with two grommets. Four rows of stitching on the fly.
Baker's San Felipe - Sewn Cotton

Date Added: Wednesday 12 July, 2017



Baker's San Felipe - Sewn Cotton

Model: Price:   $40.00
Sale: $36.00


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Details:3'x5' flag. All sewn and embroidered. 100% cotton. White header with two grommets. Four rows of stitching on the fly. In 1834 Captain Moseley Baker of Alabama came to Texas and joined the fighting forces raised by William Barret Travis. It was presented to him by Gail Borden, Jr. on March 2, 1836. The flag was given the name San Felipe in honor of the capital of Stephen F. Austin's colony.
Upper Silesia

Date Added: Tuesday 11 July, 2017



Upper Silesia

Model: Price:   $12.00
Sale: $9.60


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Details:3'x5' polyester flag with a white header and two grommets. Flags have four rows of stitches on the fly and two rows on the top, bottom, and header side. The image is screen printed and appears on both sides. Upper Silesia was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia in 1745 and became part of the German Empire in 1871. It was given to Poland after WWI.
Identitarian Flag

Date Added: Tuesday 11 July, 2017



Identitarian Flag

Model: Price:   $16.00
Sale: $12.80


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Details:Coming Soon! This is an exclusive product from Patriotic Flags. This flag was "digitally printed" using state of the art sublimation printers that print the image directly the polyester fabric. 3ft. by 5ft. polyester flag with a white header and two grommets. The image is screen printed and appears on both sides. This is a Greek lambda, based on the style used on the shields of the Spartan at Thermopoly.

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