Alabama State 3×5 Flag – 150 Denier Nylon


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Official Alabama State Flag 1895 – Present

The official Alabama State Flag design was adopted by the legislature on February 16th, 1895. The design consists of a crimson Saint Andrew’s Cross against a pure white background. The Cross represents the shape of the cross on which Saint Andrew was crucified. It is referred to as a diagonal Cross or as a saltire and is a common component used in various flags and coat of arms designs around the world. Alabama’s state flag closely resembles the Florida State flag both of which date back to the Spanish Cross of Burgundy which was generally used in Spanish territories between 1513 and 1821. Both Florida and portions of what is now southern Alabama were part of the Spanish Florida territory between 1513 and 1698, suggesting that the Spanish Cross of Burgundy likely inspired the design for Alabama’s state flag. There is, however, no documentation as to what the legislature considered as inspiration for the flag’s design. The Alabama State Flag remains unchanged from its adoption in 1895 until this day.

Alabama State Flag Pledge

“Flag of Alabama I salute thee. To thee, I pledge my allegiance, my service, and my life.”

Nylon is a durable, lightweight material that will easily fly in a light breeze and features bright, rich colors. The artwork is visible on both sides of the flag and the lettering reads correctly from one side only.

  • Quality construction
  • Fade-resistant
  • Bright colors
  • One solid piece of fully printed, 150-denier nylon fabric
  • Heavy canvas header with brass grommets
  • 4 rows of stitching on the fly end to prevent premature fraying
  • Flag size: 3’x5′

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Weight 4 oz