This 3'x5' printed nylon current Gadsden flag comes with brass grommets. The historical version is also available. Flag is 100% made in the U.S.A.
For a little history behind the flag, it was in the fall of 1775 when the United States Navy was established. Their main job was to intercept British ships who were attempting to deliver supplies to the British troops in the colonies. To support the Navy, five companies of Marines were mustered to accompany them on their first mission. These first Marines originated from Philadelphia and carried drums painted yellow with a coiled rattlesnake with thirteen rattles. These thirteen rattles represented the original thirteen colonies. The motto painted on these drums was "Don't Tread On Me". This is the first recorded telling of what the future Gadsden flag would symbolize. This flag was designed and named after American patriot Christopher Gadsden.
100% made in the U.S.A. by Valley Forge Flag Company in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.