State Flags

Unsurpassed in beauty and craftsmanship these State and Territory flags are manufactured to precise specifications.
Authentic seals and designs are always in correct proportions.

Available in two fabrics:

Discounted prices for the most popular sizes:
NYLON4'x6'5'x8'6'x10'8'x12'
Texas$29.00$44.00$94.00$120.00
Washington$71.00$101.00$151.00$264.00
Oregon$84.00$119.00$168.00$344.00
All Others: take off10%15%20%20%
POLY-MAX4'x6'5'x8'
Texas$42.00$54.00
Washington$149.00$204.00
Oregon$144.00$200.00
All Others: take off10%15%
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State Flags

Each of the 50 states that make up the United States has their own state flag. While they are all united under the American Flag, the individual flags represent their own ideals as well as freedom and individual rights. Every state also has a song, state bird, and state flower. Each state flag has a unique design.

Alabama and Florida have very similar state flags. Both are white with a big red X across it. Florida's also has an emblem in the middle while Alabama’s is white. Georgia, Mississippi, Hawaii, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas all have flags that are a variation of the America flag. The colors are a combination of red, white, and blue. Several of them have stripes as well.

Alaska and Indiana have state flags with a blue background and yellow stars. Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin all have a state emblem on their flag. As you can tell by the number of states listed here, this is the most common symbol on a state flag.

A few states have animals on their flags. The animals represent strength, power, and freedom, in addition to the colors of the flag. These states include California, Illinois, Iowa, Oklahoma, and Wyoming.

Regardless of the selection of the design on their state flag, each state in the United States takes pride in their own flag, as well as the American flag. I think the fact that each state is allowed to have such a state flag to display next to the American flag shows that the United States truly is a democracy and freedom of speech is a reality here.