Bunker Hill Flag (Flag of New England)
- Nylon Flag
- Extremely Durable
- Made in the U.S.A.
Intricate designs are dyed in sharp, long-lasting, accurate colors.
The blue Bunker Hill Flag. As noted above, the blue field may be the result of an error in a wood engraving; the actual "Bunker Hill Flag" may have been the flag captioned "The Flag of New England during the Revolutionary War," also pictured here.New England has no official flag, but there have been many historical and modern banners used to represent the New England Colonies or the six states of New England. There are some variations, but common designs include a plain colored field (usually red) with a pine tree in the canton. The eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) is the most common symbol of New England and often represents that tree's former importance in shipbuilding and New England's maritime culture. - Source: Wikipedia