Vermont State Flags - Made In USA

Vermont State Flags - Made In USA

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Vermont 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 Vermont and deliver locally in Prescott area.

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

Price $38.25

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

Price $25.25

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

Price $72.25

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

Price $63.25

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

Price $98.25

Discount 20%
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About Vermont State

Admitted: 1791-03-04
Nickname: Green Mountain State
Capitol: Montpelier
Population: 623,347
Land Area: 9,250 Square Miles
Density: 67 per Square Mile

Vermont Flag

The flag of the state of Vermont displays the coat of arms and motto of the U.S. state of Vermont "Freedom and Unity" on a rectangular blue background. The Vermont General Assembly adopted this flag on June 1, 1923.

The flag consists of the state's coat of arms and motto on a field of azure. While the pine needle supporters of the coat of arms are represented throughout New England and symbolizes the small pine branches worn at the Battle of Plattsburgh near the end of the War of 1812, the pine tree in the middle of the coat of arms represents the Vermont forests.

The cow and three sheaves of wheat represent the dairy and agriculture industries. The deer head on top represents Vermont's wildlife. The Green Mountains are in the background as well. The motto, "Freedom and Unity", is also used. The motto balances two different ideals, the freedom of the individual citizen, and the welfare of the common good.

Source: wikipedia.org