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South Carolina and USA Crossed Flag Pins

South Carolina and USA Crossed Flag Pins

Item Code: 20180125-Z25
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1.15" Soft enamel pins. South Carolina and USA crossed flag pins with gold finish.
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South Carolina and USA crossed flag pins are crafted by soft enamel. South Carolina and USA crossed flag pins die struck with gold finish. Each of South Carolina and USA crossed flag pins is individually poly bagged and fixed by a butterfly clutch back. GS-JJ can provide many different flag lapel pins and stock lapel pins  at the lowest price.

The flag of the U.S. state of South Carolina has existed in some form since 1775, is based on one of the first Revolutionary War flags. South Carolina's flag was ranked as the 10th best-designed state or provincial flag in North America by a non-scientific poll on the website of the North American Vexillological Association in 2001. In 1775, Colonel William Moultrie was asked by the Revolutionary Council of Safety to design a flag for the South Carolina troops to use during the American Revolutionary War. Moultrie's design had the blue of the militia's uniforms and the crescent. It was first flown at Fort Johnson. This flag was flown in the defense of a new fortress on Sullivan's Island when Moultrie faced off against a British fleet that had not lost a battle in a century. n


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