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Connecticut State Flags

Connecticut State Flags
Connecticut State Flags
Connecticut State Flags
Connecticut State Flags
Connecticut State Flags
Connecticut State Flags

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Connecticut State Flags

Model Number: VF-232070
Connecticut State Flag constructed of 100% Nylon | Made in USA to Official State Design Specifications.

The design of each is as has been officially adopted in each state, and offers fade-resistant, weather-resistant durability at a fabulous price.
Our complete selection of New England State Flags, including this one for Connecticut are always in stock and ready to ship. All of our state flags, regardless of the size are made here in the USA and have the same high quality characteristics:

Constructed with 100% nylon
Beautiful, brilliant colors
Resistant to wear and tear of sun & rain
Complete with heavy canvas heading & brass grommets-All intricate emblems are accurately reproduced to fine detail
We also stock 3'x5' indoor state flags with pole hem and fringe, as shown in the selector below

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The Connecticut Flag: History & Design

The Connecticut State Flag is a beautiful piece of American history and one of many New England Flags for sale from Flag Patriots. Shop Connecticut Flags Here and learn the history of the flag and its design below:

The Flag of Connecticut: Current Design

connecticut flag design

The Connecticut General Assembly approved the flag in 1897 after it was introduced by Governor Owen Vincent Coffin in 1895.[1]

The design comes from the seal of Saybrook Colony, designed by George Fenwick when it was established in 1639. That seal depicted 15 grapevines and a hand in the upper left corner with a scroll reading "Sustinet qui transtulit". When Connecticut Colony bought Saybrook in 1644, the seal transferred to Connecticut Colony. On October 25, 1711, the governor and legislature changed the seal. They reduced the number of grapevines from 15 to three, in order to represent the three oldest settlements (Windsor, Wethersfield, and Hartford)[2] (or possibly the three separate settlements, Connecticut Colony, Saybrook Colony, and New Haven Colony, which had been absorbed into Connecticut by that time) and rearranged the wording and position of the motto.

[reprinted from Wikipedia]


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