Vermont Flag

Vermont Flag

The present Vermont flag was adopted in 1919 and consists of the state seal on a blue field. The seal depicts the picturesque Vermont landscape. A single pine tree stands before the Green Mountains with a cow and three wheat sheaves below in the shield. On either side of the shield are pine branches, with a stag’s head above. The state name and motto, “Freedom and Unity”, are in a scroll below the shield.

Annin state flags are made from 100% SolarGuardĀ® nylon. This material, developed especially for the flag industry, is engineered to resist damage from the sun’s UV rays. Annin’s state flags are manufactured in six standard sizes. For any of these standard sizes,  larger size flags or specialty indoor flags, click here to find an authorized independent specialty flag retailer in your area.

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