Idaho State Flags - Made In USA

Idaho State Flags - Made In USA

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Idaho State Flags - Made In USA - Offered by Prescott Flags
We Offer both Nylon and Polyester Flags for Outdoor Use.
We ship to any city in Idaho and deliver locally in Prescott area.

3x5 Idaho Nylon Flag
3x5 Idaho Nylon Flag
Durable and Light Weight will Fly in Light Breeze
List Price $48.50

Price $38.25

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2x3 Idaho Nylon Flag
2x3 Idaho Nylon Flag
Durable and Light Weight will Fly in Light Breeze
List Price $32.50

Price $25.25

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4x6 Idaho Nylon Flag
4x6 Idaho Nylon Flag
Durable and Light Weight will Fly in Light Breeze
List Price $91.50

Price $72.25

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3x5 Idaho Polyester Flag
3x5 Idaho Polyester Flag
Recommended for High Wind Areas
List Price $79.50

Price $63.25

Discount 20%
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4x6 Idaho Polyester Flag
4x6 Idaho Polyester Flag
Recommended for High Wind Areas
List Price $122.50

Price $98.25

Discount 20%
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About Idaho State

Admitted: 1890-07-03
Nickname: Gem State
Capitol: Boise
Population: 1,826,913
Land Area: 82,747 Square Miles
Density: 22 per Square Mile

Idaho Flag

The flag of the State of Idaho was adopted on March 15, 1927, and consists of the state seal on a field of blue. The words "State of Idaho" appear in gold letters on a red and gold band below the seal. According to the official description of the flag, there should also be a fringe of gold around the edges.

The seal depicts a miner and a woman representing equality, liberty and justice. The symbols on the seal represent some of Idaho's natural resources: mines, forests, farmland and wildlife.

The current seal contains the text "Great Seal of the State of Idaho" in the outer ring, with the star that signifies a new light in the galaxy of states. The inner ring contains a banner with the Latin motto, Esto perpetua ("Let it be perpetual" or "It is forever"). A woman (signifying justice) and a man (dressed as a miner) support a shield. The miner represents the chief industry of the state at the time of statehood.

Inside, the shield bears images symbolic of the state. The pine tree in the foreground refers to Idaho's immense timber interests. The husbandman plowing on the left side of the shield, together with the sheaf of grain beneath the shield, are emblematic of Idaho's agricultural resources, while the two cornucopias, or horns of plenty, refer to the horticultural. Idaho has a game law, which protects the elk and moose; an elk's head rises above the shield. The state flower, the wild syringa or mock orange, grows tall at the woman's right, while the ripened wheat grows as high as her shoulder. The river depicted in the shield is the Snake or Shoshone River.

Source: wikipedia.org