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ANTIQUED TEA STAINED COTTON FLAG BUNTINGNobleWares Image of Antique Tea Stain Cotton Flag Bunting 17-78 17-78
This 100% cotton bunting has embroidered stars, antiqued for a time worn appearance, and has brass grommets for hanging. Measures 4.5' x 2.4 ' Created with an aged, worn look, it is perfect for patriotic and heritage events and home display. Precise pleating at top creates the flag's elegant draping effect. Stars are machine embroidered with shiny gold thread on a dark blue cotton background. Stripes consist of separate strips in colors of red, blue and tea stained white carefully sewn together in lengths, a sign of good quality in a flag. For Decorative use only.


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Dimensions: 4.5 feet x 2.4 feet
Material: 100% Cotton
Tea Stain Antiqued
Embroidered Stars
Individually Sewn Panels
Brass Grommets

  As the desire for independence grew over the following year and after it was formally declared in 1776, discussion about a new flag began. On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress passed the Flag Resolution that created a new flag, retaining the 13 red and white stripes of the previous flag, but adding a field of blue with 13 white stars. This became the national flag of the new United States of America when its independence was recognized by Great Britain at the end of the war in 1783. Although the 13 star flag is often referred to as the "Betsy Ross" flag, there is no historical evidence to support the popular story that a woman named Betsy Ross sewed the first American flag.
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