Raleigh, North Carolina Flag
🏴 3' x 5' Raleigh, North Carolina flag with grommets and double-stitched edges to reduce fraying.
✍️ The Design: A project by the New Raleigh Flag Campaign to update the dated flag of for the capitol of North Carolina. Here's their design notes:
Drawing elements from the historic flag of 1899 and alluding to Raleigh’s famous City of Oaks moniker, the proposed new design is a classic emblem that recalls our past and inspires us toward a bold future.
- The shield shape with the silver diamonds incorporates Sir Walter Raleigh’s coat of arms into the acorn.
- The design preserves the colors from the coat of arms and the historic flag of 1899.
- The acorn emblem alludes to Raleigh’s byname City of Oaks. The acorn is a classic symbol of potential and growth.
Our flags are made from a custom-curated durable polyester. Most flags you'll buy online are cheap thin blends and wont last the first wind storm. Since we are run by the biggest flag-nerd east of the Mississippi, you can rest assured that the quality and thickness of our flags will blow your expectations out of the water.
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Each flag is ready to be used on a flag pole, boat, hung on a wall, or to proudly march with so you can express your identity!