Massachusetts State Flag

Massachusetts State Flag
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3' x 5', 4' x 6'
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Nylon Massachusetts State Flag

 

Our U.S. Nylon Massachusetts State Flags are the highest quality 200 denier Nylon Massachusetts State Flags that are all screen dyed with a strong canvas header and brass grommets. Best of all, our Nylon Massachusetts State Flags are always made in the U.S.A.

 

Unsurpassed in beauty and craftsmanship, these Nylon Massachusetts State Flags are manufactured to precise specifications. Authentic seals and designs are always in correct proportion to the Nylon Massachusetts State Flag size. Our Aniline-Dye process duplicates complex emblems with exacting accuracy in brilliant, fast colors. These Nylon Massachusetts State Flags are expertly crafted using 100% heavyweight, 200-denier nylon bunting specially treated to resist sun and chemical deterioration. America's #1 choice, these Nylon Massachusetts State Flag are extremely durable and fast drying. All outdoor flags are finished with a strong, durable snow-white header and brass grommets.

 

WE OFFER ALL U.S. STATE FLAGS IN THE MOST POPULAR 3X5 SIZE FOR A SUPER LOW PRICE OF ONLY $34.95 DELIVERED!

(NOTE: OREGON & WASHINGTON 3X5 FLAGS ARE $55.95 DELIVERED)

 

FOR OTHER SIZE STATE FLAGS, CONTACT US AT 1-888-735-5591

 

Fun Facts:

 

  • Massachusetts State acheived statehood February 6, 1788.
  • Massachusetts State is one of the original 13 colonies. 
  • Massachusetts State Nickname: Bay State.
  • Massachusetts State Motto: Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem (“By the sword we seek peace, but peace only underliberty”).
  • The chocolate chip cookie was reportedly invented in 1930 at the Toll House Restaurant in Whitman, Massachusetts. In 1997 it was designated the official cookie of the commonwealth.
  • Established in Cambridge in 1636 by vote of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Harvard University was the first institution of higher education in the United States.
  • Massachusetts observes a legal holiday called Patriots’ Day on the third Monday of April each year, commemorating the first battles of the American Revolution at Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.

 

 

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