Skip to content
*** FREE USPS PRIORITY MAIL SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS OVER $55 ***
FREE PRIORITY MAIL SHIPPING on your orders > $55

Sage - An Appeal to Heaven T-Shirt


Save 33%
Original Price $20.95
Current Price $13.95

Notify me when back in stock

An Appeal to Heaven:

The Tree Flag (or Appeal to Heaven Flag) was one of the flags used during the American Revolution. The flag, featuring a pine tree flag with the motto "An Appeal to God," or, more usually, "An Appeal to Heaven," was used originally by a squadron of six cruisers commissioned under George Washington's authority as commander in chief of the Continental Army in October 1775. It was also used by Massachusetts' state navy vessels in addition to privateers sailing from Massachusetts.

Nemo me impune lacessit Logo: is the Latin motto...No one "cuts" (attacks) me with impunity. The motto also appears (with the verb in the Future Tense: "Nemo Me Impune Lacesset") above an American Timber Rattlesnake on a 1778 $20 bill from Georgia as an early example of the colonial use of the coiled rattlesnake symbol, which later became famous on the Gadsden flag. The phrase also appears on mourning bands worn over the badges of law enforcement officers in the USA

The motto also appears (with the verb in the Future Tense: "Nemo Me Impune Lacesset") above an American Timber Rattlesnake on a 1778 $20 bill from Georgia as an early example of the colonial use of the coiled rattlesnake symbol, which later became famous on the Gadsden flag.

Professionally Screen-printed by US Small Local Business

 

 

 

CHRISTMAS MAGIC & LIBERAL MATH - DISCOUNT CODE "FREESHIRT" or "MYHAT"