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General George Washington’s Headquarters Flag Patch


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2" x3" size.

 


"During the bleak winter of 1777-1778 this flag flew over Washington's headquarters in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. It symbolized the 13 colonies united in what then seemed a hopeless struggle for independence. The original flag is still preserved at Valley Forge. Another version, with the stars in a circle, is found in Peale's portraits of Washington."

 

Did You Know - 

Astronaut John Glenn carried a reproduction of General George Washington’s Headquarters Flag — the original of which is in collection of the Museum of the American Revolution — into space as part of the lead up to the 1999 bicentennial commemorations of Washington’s death in 1799. Glenn, who had become the first American to orbit the earth in 1962, returned to space aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery in 1998. At 77, he was the oldest person ever to enter space. He and the other members of the Discovery crew traveled 3.6 million miles and orbited the earth 134 times. The replica flag accompanied them on the entire journey.

Custom made Tactical Cap Front Patch Highest Thread count embroidery, VELCRO® brand fastener backing.

Made in the USA

Don't forget we have the matching back of hat 1” x 3 3 / 4” morale patch!

100% MADE IN USA - 100% EMBROIDERED

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Ben L.
Excellent Quality & Service

Great historical patch selection and quality. The colors are true as displayed on website. This is a great company to work with, marked with courteous and prompt service and delivery!

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Pillo A.
Patched

By far the best prices and selection of patch on the web!

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KeeneFx
Happy Customer

good quality and quick shipping.

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Roger Nelson

Great items

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Dalwin Smith
Nice patch

These are Astrid's I really don't understand that yet but I will. Was that a copy of the original? Little confused.