Personal and/or Family Flag

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vexilo
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Re: Personal and/or Family Flag

Postby vexilo » 18 May 2011 10:07

Geat word - not a familiar term for me but that decription certainly scores on brevity. I think this arrangement though, is actually a little more elegant than a mere octothorpe!

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Re: Personal and/or Family Flag

Postby Flag Hunter » 17 Jun 2013 21:15

I was just given a forty eight star (48) American flag by my wife.I think it is beautiful a 48 Star Wool Flag

The flag which belonged to her grandfather, Paul Woody, was given to her by her father, Ned Woody. Her grandfather did not fly the flag on a flagpole. Instead he flew the flag in the window to show patriotism during World War II. This agrees with the fact that there is no wear at the fly end.The flag is made using wool as many old flags were.
http://www.flag-works.com/blog/american-flags/48-star-american-flag/#comment-7

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Re: Personal and/or Family Flag

Postby Flag Hunter » 17 Jun 2013 21:20

Check us out we can design and ship any custom flag you would like in any size to anywhere and flags themselves ship free
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