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Jolly Roger Flags & Novelties

Pirate History

 The name "Jolly Roger" is thought to have come from joli rouge (pretty red), a wry French description of the bloody banner flown by early privateers. The flags were meant to strike mortal terror in the hearts of the pirate's intended victims. They often featured skeletons, daggers, cutlasses, or bleeding hearts on white, red, or black fields. The skull and crossbones motif first appeared around 1700 when French pirate Emanuel Wynne hoisted his fearful ensign in the Caribbean -- embellished with an hourglass to show his prey that their time was running out. The pennant above was flown by Christopher Condent.

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Edward Low Polyester Screen Print Flag
Price: From $6.95 to $8.95
Edward Low Polyester Screen Print Flag
Jolly Roger w/ Patch
Price: From $9.95 to $17.95
Jolly Roger w/ Patch
Pirate Banner
Price: From $9.95 to $19.95
Pirate Banner
Rebel Skull Polyester Screen Print Flag
Price: From $6.95 to $9.95
Rebel Skull Polyester Screen Print Flag
Skull Red Eye Polyester Screen Print Flag
Price: From $6.95 to $8.95
Skull Red Eye Polyester Screen Print Flag
Jolly Roger Car Flag
MSRP: $14.00
Price: $11.20
You Save: $2.80 (20 %)
Jolly Roger Car Flag
Jolly Roger Windsock
Price: $16.00
Jolly Roger Windsock
Pirate Girl Cutout Patch
Price: $2.50
Pirate Girl Cutout Patch
Jolly Roger - Red Flag Patch
Price: $2.50
Jolly Roger - Red Flag Patch
Jolly Roger Flag Patch
Price: $2.50
Jolly Roger Flag Patch
Jolly Roger w/ Headwear Flag Patch
Price: $2.50
Jolly Roger w/ Headwear Flag Patch
Pirate Girl Honor Bear
Price: $7.00
Pirate Girl Honor Bear
Pirate Honor Bear
Price: $7.00
Pirate Honor Bear
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