South Carolina Gadsden Flag – Don’t Tread On Me – 3 x 5 ft – Standard
The Gadsden was first flown aboard one of the earliest ships in the United States Navy, the Alfred, on January 4th, 1776 making it the oldest recorded flag of the United States.
It is called the “Gadsden Flag” after the designer, Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina who presented it to the Commodore of the new U.S. Navy, Esek Hopkins. Thus the flag is also sometimes called the “Hopkins Flag”.
We always have this flag in stock and would love to rush one or more to you today.
Note: Consider the Gadsden Flag in all-weather nylon printed version or the double nylon embroidered version as upgraded quality alternatives for continuous outdoor use.