Our state flags are available in three different types of
All of our outdoor flags are finished with a strong, durable
snow-white header and brass grommets.
Unsurpassed in beauty and craftsmanship, our State Flags are
manufactured to precise specifications. Authentic seals and designs
are always in correct proportion to the flag size. Our dye process
duplicates complex emblems with exacting accuracy in brilliant,
fast colors. These flags are expertly crafted using 100%
heavyweight 200-denier nylon bunting specially treated to resist
sun and chemical deterioration. These flags are are extremely
durable and fast drying.
Recognized as the most durable of all flag fabrics, the Poly State
Flags are skillfully crafted of 2-ply 100% polyester bunting. Its
open weave construction reduces wind resistance, therefore
lessoning abrasion and increasing flag life. Resists wear to wind,
dirt and moisture and is ideal for industrial and institutional
applications. Designed specifically for the needs of the most
discriminating customer, this flag will prove to be the most
durable, longest lasting flag available.
These fully printed lightweight polyester are a popular choice
where economy is essential. They fly in the slightest breeze and
offer suberb color retention.
Quick Facts about this flag
The flag of Oregon is the only state flag with different pictures
on each side. On the reverse appears a beaver the state animal.
Both sides have a field of navy blue with design in gold. The front
picture includes a heart shaped shield with an eagle on top,
surronded by thirty-three stars. ( The number of states in 1859. )
The scene on the shield shows the sun setting over the Pacific
Ocean, mountains, forests and a covered wagon. A plow, wheat and
pickax represent farming and mining. Of the two ships: The one
leaving is a British ship and the one arriving is a United States
ship representing trade. The eagle represents the United States. On
a banner are the words "The Union" representing support for the
United States. Finally the flag is emblazoned with the words "State
of Oregon" above the picture and the date of statehood "1859"
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