Other flags of the Confederacy

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10th Tennessee Irish

10th Tennessee Irish

3'x5' polyester flag with white header and two grommets. Most flags have four rows of stitches on the fly and two rows on the top, bottom, and header side. Image is screen printed and appears on both sides. Writing will be reversed on the back. The flag of the 10th Tennessee Confederate Regiment.
$10.00
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11 Star 1st National

11 Star 1st National

The 1st National Confederate Flag with eleven stars. The 1st National Confederate flag was the national flag of the Confederacy from March 4, 1861, to May 1, 1863. It was designed by a Prussian artist in Alabama. He based the design on the flag of Austria. The eleven star version was the official national flag from July 2, 1861 - November 28, 1861. 3'x5' polyester flag with white header and two...
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11 Star 1st National - Center Star

11 Star 1st National - Center Star

The 1st National Confederate Flag with eleven stars using the center star pattern. The 1st National Confederate flag was the national flag of the Confederacy from March 4, 1861, to May 1, 1863. It was designed by a Prussian artist in Alabama. He based the design on the flag of Austria. The eleven star version was the official national flag from July 2, 1861 - November 28, 1861. 3'x5' polyester...
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12 Star Confederate Flag

12 Star Confederate Flag

The very first Confederate flags made with St. Andrew's cross in 1861 only had twelve stars. Kentucky had not yet been given a star. The number of stars was officially raised to 13 in December of 1861. However, the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana continued to issue flags like this until the end of the war. This flag is often associated with Calvalry General Nathan Bedford...
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13 Star 1st National

13 Star 1st National

The 1st National Confederate Flag with thirteen stars. The 1st National Confederate flag was the national flag of the Confederacy from March 4, 1861, to May 1, 1863. It was designed by a Prussian artist in Alabama. He based the design on the flag of Austria. The thirteen star version was the official national flag from November 28, 1861 - May 1, 1863. 3'x5' polyester flag with white header and...
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21st Mississippi

21st Mississippi

21st Mississippi 3'x5' polyester flag with white header and two grommets. Most flags have four rows of stitches on the fly and two rows on the top, bottom, and header side. Image is screen printed and appears on both sides.
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2nd National Confederate Flag - Premium Poly

2nd National Confederate Flag - Premium Poly

Known as the "Stainless Banner." National flag of the Confederacy from May 1, 1863 – March 4, 1865. 3'x5' polyester flag with white header and two grommets. Most flags have four rows of stitches on the fly and two rows on the top, bottom, and header side. Image is screen printed and appears on both sides.
$10.00
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3rd National Confederate Flag - 100D

3rd National Confederate Flag - 100D

Known as the "Bloodstained Banner." The third national flag of the Confederacy. Adopted March 4th, 1865. 3'x5' premium 100D polyester flag with 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.
$10.00
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7 Star 1st National - Premium Poly

7 Star 1st National - Premium Poly

The 1st National Confederate Flag with seven stars. The 1st National Confederate flag was the national flag of the Confederacy from March 4, 1861, to May 1, 1863. It was designed by a Prussian artist in Alabama. He based the design on the flag of Austria. The seven-star version was the official national flag from March 4, 1861 - May 21, 1861. 3'x5' premium polyester flag with a white header and...
$10.00
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Army of Trans-Mississippi

Army of Trans-Mississippi

Army of Trans-Mississippi. This army group originally consisted of 50,000 people. It covered Western Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, the Indian Territory, and Confederate Arizona. Unites from this army group also participated in battles in New Mexico and an extended raid into Missouri and Kansas. It was the last Army group to surrender. Polyester flag with white header and two...
$10.00
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