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Ohio and USA Crossed Flag Pins

Ohio and USA Crossed Flag Pins

Item Code: 201800201-Z40
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1.15" Soft enamel pins. Ohio and USA crossed flag pins with gold finish.
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Ohio and USA crossed flag pins are crafted by soft enamel. Ohio and USA crossed flag pins die struck with gold finish. Each of Ohio and USA crossed flag pins is individually poly bagged and fixed by a butterfly clutch back. GS-JJ can provide many different cross flag pin and flag lapel pins at the lowest price.

The Ohio Burgee is the official flag of the U.S. state of Ohio. Ohio's swallowtail flag is the only non-rectangular U.S. state flag. Its red, white, and blue elements symbolize the state's natural features and order of admission into the Union. A prominent disc in the flag's triangular canton is suggestive of the state's name. 

The flag was designed in 1901 by John Eisenmann for the Pan-American Exposition and adopted in 1902. Before that, for nearly a century after statehood, Ohio did not have a legally authorized state flag. One unsuccessful proposal called for a design based on the state seal. Ohio has adopted an official salute to the flag and a 17-step procedure for folding it. The Ohio flag has influenced some logos and municipal flags within the state. A scarlet-colored gubernatorial flag is based on the state seal.

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