Suitable for outdoor display.
Bennington Outdoor Nylon Historic Flags
The unusual variation of the stars and stripes of the Bennington flag was inspired by General John Stark's militia in a successful defense of the military stores at Bennington, Vermont on August 16, 1777. Two months later, Burgoyne's weakened army was captured by the Americans at Saratoga.
- Excellent complement for history lessons, re-enactments and patriotic displays
- 2 fabric options: Versatile 200-denier nylon or Traditional Cotton
- Nylon sizes: 2'x3', 3'x5', 4'x6', 5'x8'
- Cotton sizes: 2'x3', 3'x5, 4'x6'
- Fade resistant
- FULLY SEWN DESIGN
- Long lasting
- Brilliant color
- Fast drying
- Size 2'x3': sturdy polyester canvas heading with solid brass #1 grommets
- Sizes 3'x5' – 5’x8': sturdy polyester canvas heading with solid brass #2 grommets
- Upper and lower fly length edges turned back twice and secured by double-needle lock stitched hem
- Sizes 2'x3' – 5’x8’: fly end hem turned back twice and secured by four-needle lock stitched hem with back stitched corner ends
Made in America
"The history of the Bennington flag is widely debated — some reports claim that it was carried by Nathaniel Fillmore at the Battle of Bennington, New York. This is where the flag’s name is derived. . . ." To read more from A brief history of the Bennington flag, click here!