Why Buy the 3’ x 5’ Nylon Edward Teach (Blackbeard) Pirate Flag from Carrot-Top Industries?
According to pirate lore, one very active pirate named Edward Teach (infamously known as Blackbeard) was a tall and imposing man with a long black beard which he braided and tied with ribbons. For extra intimidation, he would light cannon fuses dipped in lime water and stuff them under the edge of his hat so that the smoke would encircle his entire head—giving off an aura of mystery and danger.
Such a notorious figure as Blackbeard was destined to have his own flag—aptly one featuring multiple symbols of death and violence. The 3’ x 5’ Nylon Edward Teach (Blackbeard) Pirate Flag shows a skeleton with two horns wielding a spear in one hand and an hourglass in the other. His spear points to a bleeding heart—a symbol of drawn out and torturous death. A great conversation piece, this flag can be flown on a boat, shown in a museum, or displayed at a pirate-themed event for a touch of intrigue and history.
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