No products in the cart.
Designed by the chairman of the Flag and Seal committee, William Porcher Miles, a now popular variant of the Confederate flag was rejected as the national flag in 1861. It was instead adopted as a battle flag by the Army of Northern Virginia under General Lee. Despite never having historically represented the CSA as a country nor officially recognized as one of the national flags, it is commonly referred to as “the Confederate Flag” and has become a widely recognized symbol of the South.
2′ x 3′, 3′ x 5′, 32″ x 32″, 4′ x 6′, 5′ x 8′, 52″ x 52″, 6′ x 10′
600 Denier, Nylon, Sewn Cotton, Sewn Nylon, Super poly