3 ft x 5 ft nylon flag with white canvas heading and two brass grommets. Made in the U.S.A.
George Washington’s Commander-in-Chief Flag:
Was the personal standard of the Commander of the Continental Army everywhere he went. The presence of the flag meant George Washington was there. It saw every battle and location that the Commander-in-Chief did during the Revolutionary War. It is unique due to its 6-pointed stars and was allegedly designed by Washington himself.
George Washington’s personal flag, believed to have flown at his headquarters at Valley Forge and may have inspired the star field in the first U.S. flag. Consists of 13 stars with six points on a blue background.