Flags of the confederacy

MS2623

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This is the 3rd national flag, it is the last flag to fly over the Confederate capital.
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This is the forest flag. Note the missing star in the middle, it's a good way to tell the difference between it and the battle flag.
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This is the post war MS state flag. The one we are currently attempting to save.
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This is the iconic St. Andrew cross Confederate battle flag.
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MS2623

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It was Kentucky. I believe there is a thread on the site that speaks of this.
 
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Gorgeous examples!

You can also find Stainless Banner examples with 12 stars, Stainless Banners and Battle Flags produced in Mobile, Alabama are particularly well known for their 12-star layouts, leaving out the central star.
 

MS2623

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Gorgeous examples!

You can also find Stainless Banner examples with 12 stars, Stainless Banners and Battle Flags produced in Mobile, Alabama are particularly well known for their 12-star layouts, leaving out the central star.
These are all flags that currently fly in my yard. I want a bonnie blue flag and a couple others just trying to figure out where I want to put them and to actually purchase them to lol.
 

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My main issue is finding the flag holders and a place to put them lol
 
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