Nevada State Flags
Did You Know? Nevada was admitted to the Union in 1864; to symbolize that they became part of the US during the Civil War, the words “Battle Born” are written above the star in the upper left hand corner of the flag. Below the star is green sagebrush, the official state flower of Nevada. The flag’s field is blue. The placement of the word “Nevada” has been hotly debated over the life of the flag. In 1989 researchers for the legislature found that flag makers had been placing the word above instead of below the star (which was decided when the flag was adopted in 1929). In 1991, the flag was re-fabricated to reflect the correct legislation.
We're proud to offer the Nevada state flag in two different outdoor fabrics, including nylon for an Nevada flag that flies in a light wind and an extra-tough polyester Nevada flag designed to withstand the elements. Even our miniature 4 inch by 6 inch Nevada flags mounted to a plastic dowel are perfect for classroom, special events, parades and more! Looking for something for a parade or indoor application? Our indoor fringed Nevada flags feature luxurious gold fringe on 3 sides and a pole sleeve end for a clean look.
October 31, 2014 is the 150th Anniversary of Statehood for Nevada! Celebrate and fly your Nevada State Flag!