Suitable for outdoor display.
Gadsden Outdoor Historic Flag
One of the first Rattlesnake flags was devised by Colonel Gadsden of South Carolina. It was claimed to be flown in 1776 by Commodore Esek Hopkins, first Commander of the Continental fleet. The inscription was intended as a warning to the British - meaning it was as dangerous to tread on the colonies as it would be to step on a rattlesnake.
- Excellent complement for history lessons, re-enactments and patriotic displays
- Versatile 200-denier nylon
- Sizes: 2'x3', 3'x5'
- Fade resistant
- FULLY DYED DESIGN
- Long lasting
- Brilliant color
- Fast drying
- Size 12"x18" & 2'x3': sturdy polyester canvas heading with solid brass #1 grommets
- Sizes 3'x5': 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
- Fly end hem turned back twice and secured by four-needle lock stitched hem with back stitched corner ends
Made in America