USA Flag Co. Historical Betsy Ross Flag 3x5 foot | Heavy Duty Polyester, Embroidered Stars, Sewn Stripes, Brass Grommets (Heritage Tea Stained)
- Historical Betsy Ross Flag aka 13 Star Flag, First United States Flag - Early American Flags
- Heavyweight US Flags Beautiful High-Quality Tough Polyester Flag
- Embroidered Stars and Sewn Stripes, High-Quality Polyester Canvas Heading, 4 Row Fly Hem, Double-Needle Lockstitch with Two Solid Brass Grommets
- Made from Heavy-Duty Polyester. Imported, 100% Polyester
- 3x5 FT, Vibrant Colors, Durable Flag for Outdoor and Indoor use
A Brief History of the Betsy Ross Flag
During the Revolutionary War, several patriots made flags for our new Nation. Among them were Cornelia Bridges, Elizabeth (Betsy) Ross, Rebecca Young, all of Pennsylvania, and John Shaw of Annapolis, Maryland. Although Betsy Ross, the best known of these persons, made flags for 50 years, there is no proof that she made the first Stars and Stripes. It is known that she made flags for the Pennsylvania State Navy in 1777. The flag popularly known as the “Betsy Ross flag,” which arranged the stars in a circle, did not appear until the early 1790s.
Beautiful Presentation: This Heritage Tea Stained Betsy Ross Flag makes an excellent gift for friends, parents, or to PROUDLY display on your HOME or OFFICE.
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Frequently Asked Questions
This is the most common question asked in the industry and the most difficult to answer. No two flags will wear the same due to weather conditions and how often the flag is flown. Our flags offer the best stitching and highest quality materials to get your flag off to a great start.
Do not hang a flag where the wind will whip it against rough surface, such as tree branches, wires or cables or the outside of your home or building. Inspect your flags regularly for signs of wear. Repair any minor rips or tears right away this can be mended easily with a sewing machine or sewing kit. Keep the surface of the pole free of dirt, rust or corrosion that could damage or stain your flag.
We recommend that you hand-wash your flag with mild soap, rinse thoroughly and air dry. You can also use a dry cleaning service.
Exposing your flag to rain, wind, snow or high winds will shorten the life of your flag considerably. If you leave your flag exposed to the elements, it will greatly reduce the life of your flag.
Yes, as long as your pole is large enough to support the weight of the flags. The USA Flag must always fly at the top. The flag underneath should be at least one foot lower and be one size smaller than the USA Flag. Flags of other countries are not to be flown beneath the USA Flag.
If your flag is significantly faded, torn or tattered it is time to retire your flag. Your flag should be retired privately in a dignified manner. In addition, many local community organizations have flag disposal centers that will dispose of your flag for you.
I live in a very windy area. I go through flags quite often, if the wind doesn't get 'em the sun does (summer runs from about 110-118 degrees). This Betsy Ross Heritage flag is very heavily constructed, four rows of stitching across the end should be helpful against our ripping winds. Stripes are double stitched, stars are embroidered, and though I'd prefer triple stitching on the stripes, the double stitching will hopefully withstand the strain.
Note: Although this flag is listed as a 3x5 I can attest that it is larger, not 4x6 but larger than your standard 3x5, either that or I got an odd ball, either way ... I LIKE IT!