Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)

Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)
Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)

Brandywine Flag Poster (Medium) to (Jumbo-sized)

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Unfolding History: The Brandywine Flag's Role in Revolutionary Battles and its Early Stars and Stripes Design

The Brandywine Flag poster captures a pivotal moment in American history, representing the bravery and sacrifice of soldiers who fought for independence during the Revolutionary War.

Initially borne by Captain Robert Wilson's company within the 7th Pennsylvania Regiment, the Brandywine flag derives its name from its deployment at the Battle of Brandywine on September 11, 1777. 

Its red backdrop showcases a white and red American flag image in the canton. Some accounts suggest its possible earlier use at the Battle of Cooch's Bridge in Delaware on September 3, 1777. 

Captain Wilson potentially carried it through other pivotal engagements like the Battle of Paoli on September 21 and the Battle of Germantown on October 4. 

While it may have been among the first American flags to incorporate stars and stripes, it held its place as a militia company's standard rather than that of Washington's army. 

The Flag Resolution of 1777 prescribed the United States flag's official design with 13 stripes and stars, though the specific star arrangement varied. 

The Brandywine Flag's canton showcases a 4-5-4 star layout reminiscent of a Hopkinson-style United States flag.

★ Available in 210gsm paper (satin) and 230gsm (archival matte), these prints will look stunning up close for a long time
★ Two paper options - satin or archival matte
★ Available in 1 Jumbo size
★ The latest printing techniques provide bright, crisp colors and sharp details
★ Assembled in the USA - These posters are printed in the USA

Hanging: Posters can be hung with double-sided tape, tacks, or framed.
Care instructions: If the poster does gather any dust, you may wipe it off gently with a clean, dry cloth.

  12" x 12" (Square) 16" x 16" (Square) 20″ x 20″ (Square) 30″ x 30″ (Square)
Width, in 12.00 16.00 20.00 30.00
Height, in 12.00 16.00 20.00 30.00

 

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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.

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