Framed Dont Tread on Me Gadsden Flag
Framed Dont Tread on Me Gadsden Flag details
Christopher Gadsden, a South Carolina native and continental colonel, is credited with creating and presenting this American Revolutionary flag to the commander-in-chief of the newly formed American Navy in 1775. This flag has periodically been used as a symbol of American patriotism, during the Revolutionary War, and of late a flag to represent disagreement with government (e.g. Tea Party flag).
This Gadsden flag is made of cotton flag material which the images (rattlesnake, grass field, and don’t tread on me lettering) are sewn embroidered onto the yellow flag field. The flag is then hand stretched on a flag frame right here in Texas and comes with your choice of Texas reclaimed wood light barnwood frame, our custom Texas made dark finish barnwood frame, or ornate chocolate and gold color frame. The Don’t Tread on Me flag measures a large 24 x 36 inches in a 28 x 38 inch frame. For a larger home or office wall space, we also offer a 3 x 5 foot Gadsden flag in our two reclaimed wood framed options as well.
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