Framed American Flag - 50 Star Tea Stained Cotton Flag
We currently offer two lines of frames:
Prerevolution Colonial Flag: Union flag probably displayed from the main mast of the Mayflower 1620 and on ships which brought English settlers to Jamestown in 1607.
Bunker Hill Flag, Revolutionary War: Flag flown at Bunker Hill. The pine tree was the symbol of Massachusetts-Bay-Colony. The many companies and regiments which comprised the Continental Army generally carried only the colors of the States to which the troops belonged.
Great or Grand Union Flag: Raised over the Continental Army at Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 1776. This flag was often used after the Stars and Stripes was authorized by the Continental Congress.
Navy Jack: Used in Revolutionary War by Commodore Hopkins on one of the ships in his fleet. His fleet was authorized to carry two companies of marines, which marked the birth of the United States Marine Corps. The Gadsden or South Carolina Rattlesnake Flag had the same slogan with a coiled snake and without the stripes.