First National Confederate Flag – 7 Star Stars and Bars Cotton ties only 3 x 5 ft.
First National Confederate Flag 7 Stars – Cotton Ties only
Used from 1861-1863, this is is the Confederate 1st National Flag, the Stars and Bars.
It was first flown over the Capitol building in Montgomery, Alabama on 4 March 1861, where the first seven states of the Confederacy met to create their government.
COTTON APPLIQUED 7 STARS WITH Ties no sleeve
FLAG QUALITY AND USES
Construction: Cotton Authentic Renactor flag
– Beautiful, full textured and striking
– Cotton weave looks, feels and moves properly
– Designs are embroidered
– Uses Ties to attach to a flag pole
Note on the reverse (backs) of flags: It is standard traditional flag construction that images, words and other adornments on a flag are “backwards” when viewed from behind. It is not correct to sew two standard flags back-to-back in order for them to read the same from both directions.
– Re-enactment, historical drama
– Indoor displays, Museums
– Honor Guards, Color guards*
– Caskets, Memorials, Funerals
– Official Uses, diplomatic display
(NOTE: Not for outdoor or wet use. *May be too heavy for long term marching use. See Nylon flags for lighter alternatives.)