State Flags For Sale
US State Flags
US state flags draw on a wide variety of influences, which has resulted in a great deal of variety. Some of the most distinctive state flags for sale in the modern United States of America can trace their history back to the American Revolution, while some are more recent and incorporate modern imagery in order to represent their government and people. Most state flags have changed relatively little since they were first adopted, which allows them to serve as pieces of living history when they fly over government buildings and private homes.
The oldest US state flags predate the nation itself. The oldest flags in the nation are those of Maryland and Rhode Island. Thewas only formally adopted as the state flag in 1897, but the design itself can be traced back as far as 1640. likewise gained official status years after it first came into unofficial use. It began as the personal banner of George Calvert, the man who led the way in colonizing Maryland, but it was only given official status in 1904.
Original US State Flags
As mentioned previously, many US state flags have evolved and changed over the years, leaving their historical versions behind as they've become the state flags we currently know and recognize. However, there are some original state flags you can still get your hands on. Though they are a bit rarer and harder to come by than their current state flag counterparts, we just happen to carry a few of them.
Interested in purchasing an original state flag? Browse our selection of original state flags here.
Modern Designs of US State Flags
Most state flags in the United States were adopted near the end of the 19th century and in the first few decades of the 20th century. Most of the state flags for sale on the modern market date back to that period, which saw both an increase in interest about regional culture in the United States and a pressing need for most state governments to produce flags for display at the Pan-American Exposition. Some of the flags were designed by the state government to meet that need for a flag, and many of those designs feature the state's seal on a dark blue field. Many Southern states preferred to adopt flags that represented the state or its soldiers during the Civil War. Some of those flags have been replaced in recent years, but just as many of them remain in use. Most of the other flags that came into use during this period were designed though contests, usually sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Wondering Where to Buy State Flags? Shop Gettysburg Flag Works!
We're proud to offer a wide variety of US state flags for sale. Our flags are made of high quality materials and are affordably priced so you can show your state pride without spending a fortune. Plus, our customer service can't be beat!
Can't find the state flag you are looking for? Give us a call at 1-888-697-3524 or and we'd be happy to help you.
Interested in another flag to complement your state flag?
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