New Jersey State 3×5 Flag – 150 Denier Nylon


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Official New Jersey State Flag 1896 – Present

The New Jersey State Flag was adopted on March 26th, 1896. The design simply consists of the New Jersey State Coat of Arms centered on a buff-colored field. It is the only state flag with a buff background. This was a common color used for the military uniforms of soldiers from New York and New Jersey during the Revolutionary War. The coat of arms was designed in 1777 by Pierre Eugene Du Simitiere. The horse head at the top of the coat of arms stands for strength, boldness, and allegiance to the state of New Jersey. Below the horse head is a knight’s helmet, signifying the independence of the state government. The three plows that appear on the blue shield represent agriculture and the equipment used in the production of food by farming. The two female figures are the goddesses Liberty and Ceres. Liberty is shown holding a spear with a cap over the tip as a symbol of peace, independence, and freedom. Ceres is holding a cornucopia overflowing with an abundant harvest also representing the agricultural resources of the state. The blue ribbon at the bottom of the coat of arms is outlined in red and inscribed with the words “Liberty and Prosperity 1776”

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