Historical flags of the U.S. are all 3’x5′ and made of 100% nylon material with header and two brass grommets.
Washington's Commander-In-Chief Flag
Tradition tells us George Washington's Commander-in-Chief Flag was the personal standard of the Commander of the Continental Army everywhere he went. The presence of the flag meant George Washington was there. It saw every battle and location that the Commander-in-Chief did during the Revolutionary War.
For more information on historical flags, please visit our historical flags page.
|Dimensions||10 × 7 × 2 in|