Civil War Store
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During the Civil War, there were various flags used by the Union and Confederate armies. The Confederacy had three National flags over a four year period. The most recognizable southern flag was the Confederate Battle Flag.

 

American Civil War Flags

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35-Star Flag
35-Star Flag

After West Virginia broke away from Virginia to join the Union during the Civil War, this 35-star flag became the official U.S. flag on July 4, 1863. Made of screened-polyester, it includes a canvas header and brass grommets and measures 5'x 3'.

Ft. Sumter 33-Stars Flag
Ft. Sumter 33-Stars Flag

This screened polyester replica of the Fort Sumter flag - which is notable for its 33-star diamond pattern and was lowered on April 16, 1861, when the Union Army surrendered the fort at the outset of the Civil War - has reinforced edging and brass grommets. 5'x 3'.

Union 34-Star Flag
Union 34-Star Flag

This premium quality, screen-printed reproduction of the official U.S. flag flown from July 4, 1861, to July 3, 1863, features one star for every state, including those of the Confederacy. Made of polyester with reinforced edging and brass grommets, it measures 5'x 3'.

Gen. Robert E. Lee Headquarters Flag
Gen. Robert E. Lee Headquarters Flag

This reproduction of Robert E. Lee's Confederate headquarters flag features the original's 13 stars (representing the 11 states of the Confederacy plus Missouri and Kentucky, which had large secessionist factions); is made of screened polyester; and includes reinforced edging and brass grommets. 5'x 3'.

Second National Flag of the CSA
Second National Flag of the CSA

This screen-printed, polyester replica of the second national flag of the Confederacy (the "Stainless Banner," which flew from May 1, 1863, to March 4, 1865) includes a canvas header, reinforced edging, and brass grommets. 5"x 3".

Custer's Personal Guidon
Custer's Personal Guidon

A replica of the swallow-tailed U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment guidon - Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer's headquarters flag - flown during the Battle of the Little Bighorn, this screen-printed, polyester flag includes a canvas header, reinforced edging, and brass grommets. 5'x 3'.

Third National Flag of the CSA
Third National Flag of the CSA

This screen-printed, polyester replica of the third national flag of the Confederacy (the "Blood Stained Banner," which was adopted on March 4, 1865) includes a canvas header, reinforced edging, and brass grommets. 5"x 3"

Confederate Flag
Confederate Flag

This screen-printed, polyester replica of the Confederate flag, a rectangular variant of the battle flag carried by some Confederate units in the Civil War, includes a canvas header, reinforced edging and brass grommets. 5'x 3'.

Union Cavalry Guidon
Union Cavalry Guidon

A replica of the swallow-tailed Union Cavalry guidon - a military flag that company- or platoon-sized groups carry to signify their unit designation or corps affiliation - flown during the Civil War, this screen-printed, polyester flag includes a canvas header, reinforced edging, and brass grommets. 5' x 3'.

34-Star Round Flag
34-Star Round Flag

This premium quality, screen-printed reproduction of a 34-star round flag - a design used mainly after 1863 by New Jersey regiments in the Civil War - features one star for every state, including those of the Confederacy. Made of polyester with reinforced edging and brass grommets, it measures 5'x 3'.

Bonnie Blue Flag
Bonnie Blue Flag

This screen-printed, polyester replica of the Bonnie Blue flag, which was unofficially adopted as the first flag of the Confederacy by secessionists when it was raised over the Mississippi capitol building in 1861, includes a canvas header, reinforced edging and brass lugs. 5'x 3'.