Vermont State Flag- Nylon
The true pride of any Vermonter, this state flag is brilliantly dyed to vibrant shades of blue, gold, green, yellow, orange, and red. Our state flags are made with SolarMax 200 denier heavy duty and completed with a and to insure maximum durability. Made in the U.S.A. and coming in a variety of sizes, this Vermont flag would be the perfect addition to any home or business. Order yours today. Click on description for product details. Special pricing on orders over 12. Contact Us
Made in the USA!
This high quality flag product is Made in America. We pride ourselves in delivering flags from American manufacturers who meet or exceed our demand for high-quality construction.
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Extra Large Vermont State Flag - Nylon
Our extra large state flags are made with 200 denier heavy duty with rows of on the fly end, a , and for attachment to the halyard.
Vermont State Flag - Polyester
These Vermont State Flags are made of tough 2 ply polyester, the strongest longest lasting flag material developed for maximum durability. 2 ply polyester Vermont State Flags are an excellent choice for high wind areas.
Vermont State Flag History:
The Vermont state flag history can date back to its admission into the Union. Vermont was the fourteenth state admitted to the Union in 1791 and Kentucky was the fifteenth in 1972. Congress changed the official design of the United States Flag to have fifteen stripes and stars. This obviously was never fully adopted and in 1817 Congress approved the thirteen stripes and a star for each state. The Vermont state flag however was attempted many times around this period and the first was a state militia flag from 1803. This flag offered seventeen stripes and stars, as two more states had been adopted in this time period, and the word "Vermont" was above the stars and stripes. In 1838, after many more states had been adopted, Vermont decided to try and create a design that was more their own, This flag offered thirteen red and white stripes and one large centered white star on a blue background with the Vermont Coat of Arms printed on it. This flag flew over the state until 1919. In 1919, again wanting a flag that was even more state specific, Vermont changed the flag again to the Vermont flag we know today. This flag offers a blue background with the Vermont State Seal in its center.
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