Civil War Era 3×5 American Flag with Sewn Stripes and 34 Embroidered Stars Arranged in a Circular Pattern
Made of 2-ply polyester, which is the most durable and best option for those who fly their flag 24/7. This flag features 34 embroidered, five-pointed stars arranged in a circular pattern within the blue field with 1 large appliqued star outlined with embroidery n the center of the field. Celebrate our early American heritage with this beautifully sewn flag.
- Heavy-duty 600 denier fabric
- Sewn stripes and embroidered stars
- Heavy canvas header with brass grommets
- 4 rows of stitching on the fly end to prevent premature fraying
- Flag size: 3′ x 5′
History of the 34-star flag
A 34th star was added to the American flag to recognize Kansas as the 34th state, as it was admitted to the Union on January 29th, 1861. The American flag would continue to bear 34 stars until West Virginia became the 35th state on June 20th, 1863. Prior to June 14th, 1923, when the US Flag Code was constructed, there were no official guidelines on displaying the American flag or any official specifications on the proportions of the length and width or the pattern in which the stars were to be arranged. As a result, American flags made prior to this could have been made in a number of different sizes shapes, and star pattern arrangements. The American flag with the circular pattern as seen on this particular design as well as linear patterned flags were both carried into battle by Union troops during the American civil war.