Always 100% American-Made
Every American flag sold by LIBERTY FLAGS will always be made in the USA.
Please look for The American Wave® wherever you see the LIBERTY FLAGS brand. It’s your assurance of the highest quality American-made products and ethical business practices.
Commercial and Residential Flagpoles
Unites States Military Flags
All 50 U.S. State's Flags
Celebrate Nevada Statehood, October 31
On October 31, 1864, Nevada was admitted to the Union as the 36th state. Original plans had the vote for Nevada’s statehood coming at a later date, but politicians rushed to admit Nevada ahead of the 1864 Presidential Election so that Nevadan voters would provide an extra boost to the Lincoln campaign (in retrospect, the move was unnecessary — Lincoln won in a landslide).
Nevada’s admission to the Union during the Civil War earned the state its nickname, “Battle Born,” which also appears on the state flag.
Give a gift or find one for yourself — celebrate Nevada statehood with a new flag today!
Tulsa's official City Flag is the outcome of Tulsa's entrepreneurial culture. Designed by Jordan Winn, the bold graphics join symbols of the City's history and future into the new flag.
Blue symbolizes the Arkansas river, a yellow horizontal line represents 1901 oil discovery, the shield represents Native American tribes, red honors the lives lost in the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot, the star represents Tulsa's bright future and beige symbolizes warmth and community.
New items and sizes available. Take a look.
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The boy who sold flags
Art Zakharian was born in Soviet Russia. He came to America after World War II.
Our store began in 1982, realizing his lifelong dream of owning a flag store that would sell 100% American made flags.
Today, more than 30 years later, his family carries on that tradition, shipping flags across the land.
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September & October Statehood Celebrations!
Statehood is a big deal...
when does your state celebrate?
The case of the flyaway flag. . .
Flying your flag is a SNAP!
Flag snaps are a small but essential part of displaying your flag outdoors. They literally hook your flag to the flagpole rope and keep it from flying away.
Made in the U.S.A. — Really?
We recently received a message from the FMAA that a Chinese company has been fooling people into buying American flags made overseas...