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Tennessee Flag Lapel Pin

Tennessee Flag Lapel Pin

Item Code: 20180117-Z42
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1" Soft enamel pins. Tennessee flag lapel pin with gold finish.
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Tennessee flag lapel pin is crafted by soft enamel. Tennessee flag lapel pin dies struck with gold finish. Each Tennessee flag lapel pin is individually poly bagged and fixed by a butterfly clutch back. GS-JJ can provide many different American flag lapel pin and flag pins at the lowest price.

The flag of the state of Tennessee consists of an emblem on a field of red, with a strip of blue on the fly. The emblem in the middle consists of three stars on a blue circle. The central emblem portion of the flag appears in the logos of some Tennessee-based companies and sports teams. The three stars represent the three Grand Divisions of the state, East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and West Tennessee. The blue circle around the stars represents the unity of the "Grand Divisions" of the state. 

The blue bar at the edge of the flag was just a design consideration. When asked about the blue bar, Reeves stated that "The final blue bar relieves the sameness of the crimson field and prevents the flag from showing too much crimson when hanging limp." The National Geographic magazine erroneously reported in October 1917 that the stars represent Tennessee's status as the third state to enter the United States after the original thirteen. 



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