Gadsden-Don’t Tread On Me


The Gadsden-Don’t Tread On Me Flag has a yellow background with a coiled snake and the words “Don’t Tread On Me”

Gadsden-Don't Tread On Me

The Gadsden-Don't Tread On Me Flag and other rattlesnake flags were widely used during the American Revolution.  There was no standard American flag at the time. The Gadsden flag was first used in February 1776.  The flag depicts a rattlesnake in the attitude of going to strike with the words "Don't Tread On Me" underneath.   History of the Gadsden Flag.  Additional Gadsden novelty flags are available here.


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4"x6" Mounted (E-Gloss), 12"x18" Mounted (E-Poly), 3×5' E-Poly (Outdoor), 3×5' Nylon, 4×6' Nylon, 5×8' Nylon, 6×10' Nylon


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