New Hampshire Flags are made from 100% nylon and feature strong duck heading and Brass Grommets. For Outdoor Use. Made in the USA.
The flag of New Hampshire consists of a blue base with the state seal in the center.
Around the outside of the state seal is a series of laurel wreaths and nine gold stars which represent New Hampshire as the ninth state to join the Union. The body of the seal symbolizes the importance of shipbuilding in early New Hampshire. The ship in front of the rising sun is the frigate Raleigh. The Raleigh was one of the first war ships to be commissioned by the American navy and was built in New Hampshire in 1776, the year the state gained independence. The United States flag is flying at the stern of the ship. The Atlantic Ocean surrounds the ship and the shores of New Hampshire’s coastline. The rock in the foreground is granite; symbolic of the state’s nickname and character of its people.
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