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State Flag Indoor Display Set
State Flag Indoor Display Set
Our Price: $152.00

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Indoor State Set Includes
  • 3'x5' State Flag with Pole Sleeve and Gold Fringe [Choose the state]
  • 7' Oak Finish Pole
  • Gold Floor Stand
  • Gold Spear
  • Cord and Tassel
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Indoor State Flag
Indoor State Flag
Our Price: $55.95

3' x 5' State Flag Finished With Pole Hem and Gold Fringe for Indoor Sets
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3' x 5'  Georgia Flag - Nylon
3' x 5' Georgia Flag - Nylon
Our Price: $31.95

3' x 5' Georgia Nylon Flag
  • Made in USA
  • 100% SolarMax Nylon
  • Beautiful Acid Dye Print
  • Strong Cotton Heading and Brass Grommets
  • Four Row Fly Hem For Added Durability
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4' x 6'  Georgia Flag - Nylon
4' x 6' Georgia Flag - Nylon
Our Price: $48.00

4' x 6' Georgia Nylon Flag
  • Made in USA
  • 100% SolarMax Nylon
  • Beautiful Acid Dye Print
  • Strong Cotton Heading and Brass Grommets
  • Four Row Fly Hem For Added Durability
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5' x 8'  Georgia Flag - Nylon
5' x 8' Georgia Flag - Nylon
Our Price: $68.00

5' x 8' Georgia Nylon Flag
  • Made in USA
  • 100% SolarMax Nylon
  • Beautiful Acid Dye Print
  • Strong Cotton Heading and Brass Grommets
  • Four Row Fly Hem For Added Durability
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The Georgia State Flag

In 2002, Sonny Perdue was elected Governor of Georgia, partially on a platform of allowing Georgians to choose their own state flag in a state referendum. He authorized the Georgia State legislature to draft a new flag in 2003.

The Georgia State General Assembly's proposed flag combined elements of Georgia's previous flags, creating a composition that was inspired by the Confederate First National flag, the Stars and Bars, rather than the Confederate Battle Flag. Perdue signed the legislation into law on May 8, 2003.

The Georgia State flag bears three stripes consisting of red-white-red, and a blue canton containing a ring of 13 white stars encompassing the state's coat of arms in gold. In the coat of arms, the arch symbolizes the state's constitution and the pillars represent the three branches of government: legislative, executive, and judicial. The words of the Georgia state motto, "Wisdom, Justice, and Moderation," are wrapped around the pillars, guarded by a male figure dressed in colonial attire dating back to the American Revolution. Within the arms, a sword is drawn to represent the defense of the Georgia state constitution.