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Memorial Day and Independence Day are just over the horizon, and that means two things: parades and patriotic decorations! To help you prepare, watch the LibertyFlags.com short video OVERVIEW OF CEREMONIAL FLAG ACCESSORIES. What accessories do you need for your parade or household event? [...]
Liberty Flags suggests that each spring you check the finial ball at the top of your flagpole to make sure it is not damaged. Take routine maintenance steps to prolong the life of your flags and flagpoles... and you will save money.
What does gonfalon mean? GON-fuh-luhn or GON-fuh-lon Nearly every different dictionary entry for the word “gonfalon” puts forward some variation on a banner hung from a crossbar, often with streamers, and a note referring to their most likely origin in medieval Italy. As vague as that sounds, it’s about as accurate a definition as you will find because [...]
What material is the American flag made of? And which flag fabric is right for me? Among the toughest decisions that a flag buyer will make is selecting the fabric that is best suited to their wants or needs. The videos below explain each type of flag fabric, but first — Three considerations before choosing an American flag [...]
Where the wind comes sweeping. . . March is the month when wind really becomes a major factor in most locations. Despite what the song says, Oklahoma isn't the only place on the map where heavy winds are commonplace. Windspeed is one of the most important factors to consider for anyone selecting the outdoor American flag [...]