Texas State Flags - Made In USA

Texas State Flags - Made In USA

WE BELIEVE - Honoring Presidents Sale - Flagpole Packages - Installed - Through February 29, 2024

Texas 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 Texas and deliver locally in Prescott area.

3x5 Texas Sewn Nylon Flag
3x5 Texas Sewn Nylon Flag
Durable but light enough to fly in slight breeze.
List Price $38.50

Price $30.25

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3x5 Texas Sewn Polyester Flag
3x5 Texas Sewn Polyester Flag
Recommended for High Wind Areas
List Price $54.50

Price $43.25

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2x3 Texas Sewn Nylon Flag
2x3 Texas Sewn Nylon Flag
Durable and Light Weight will Fly in Light Breeze
List Price $24.50

Price $19.25

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4x6 Texas Sewn Nylon Flag
4x6 Texas Sewn Nylon Flag
Durable and Light Weight will Fly in Light Breeze
List Price $50.50

Price $40.25

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4x6 Texas Sewn Polyester Flag
4x6 Texas Sewn Polyester Flag
Recommended for High Wind Areas
List Price $76.50

Price $61.25

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5x8 Texas Sewn Polyester Flag
5x8 Texas Sewn Polyester Flag
Recommended for High Wind Areas
List Price $102.50

Price $81.25

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About Texas State

Admitted: 1845-12-29
Nickname: Lone Star State
Capitol: Austin
Population: 29,360,759
Land Area: 261,797 Square Miles
Density: 112 per Square Mile

Texas Flag

The official flag of Texas was adopted in session by the Third Congress of the Republic of Texas in Houston, January 25, 1839, on motion of William H. Wharton, Oliver Jones and others. It specified that the flag should consist of "a blue perpendicular stripe of the width of one-third of the whole length of the flag and a white star of five points in the center thereof and two horizontal stripes of equal length and breadth, the upper stripe of white, the lower of red, of the length of two thirds of the length of the whole flag."

There was no other specification of the Flag of Texas until a statute was passed by the Forty-Third Legislature (Acts of 1933, p. 186, ch. 87) clarifying but not changing the original description given here. The statute did add specifications, however, one being that the star, from topmost to lowest points, shall be approximately one-third the depth of the blue field.

Source: https://house.texas.gov/about-us/state-of-texas-flag