The Second National pattern, also referred to as the “Stainless Banner,” was adopted May 1, 1863 and incorporated the Army of Northern Virginia’s battle flag design in the canton on a white field. The first official use of the Second National pattern flag was on Stonewall Jackson’s casket when his body lay in state in Richmond, May 10, 1863.
This flag is available in several different sizes and material options:
3’x5′ Super poly,4oz
3’x5′ Sewn Cotton, 19oz
3’x5′ 600 Denier, 16oz