Georgia State Flag
Georgia Flag Available in Nylon or Poly
Georgia: Atlanta is the Capital of Georgia.
Georgia is often referred to as the "The Peach State"
The Georgia Flag features heavy duty brass grommets and durable canvas heading.
Our high grade 200 denier nylon Georgia State Flag is made of long lasting durable nylon. This flag flies well in a slight breeze and is sturdy enough to last. This is our most popular flag material.
Our Heavy Duty Poly-Max Georgia State Flag is a commercial grade flag. It is our long lasting material available and is the flag you need in high wind areas. The added weight of this flag means it does not move as much in a slight breeze but its durability is below none. Use this flag for your commercial application or if you want the heavier weighted flag.
History of the Georgia State Flag
On the eve of the Civil War(1861-65), Georgia did not have an official state flag. After the state’s secession from the Union on January 19, 1861, there were several newspaper reports of secession flags consisting of a single star on a solid background. The flag was a documented flag consisted of a single red star on a white field. his flag continued as Georgia’s unofficial banner after the Civil War’s end in 1865. The next new flag was based on the first national flag of the Confederacy (the “Stars and Bars”). This flag consisted of a blue canton on the top inner quarter and two red bars extending to the right, with one white bar in the middle. The next change came in the 1920s, when the entire state seal began appearing in place of the coat of arms. In 1955 the Atlanta Attorney and state Democratic Party leader John Sammons Bell began a campaign to substitute the square Confederate battle flag for the red and white bars on Georgia’s state flag.Georgia devoted two-thirds of its state banner to the Stars and Bars. By the late 1960s, at the height of the civil rights movement, some Georgians were saying that the Confederate battle flag was not a proper symbol for a state flag. A new flag design was approved by the state legislature and signed into law by the governor on May 8, 2003. The design of this flag is reminiscent of the Confederate Stars and Bars, with three broad red-white-red stripes and a blue canton. The state coat of arms (from the seal) and the motto “In God we trust” below it are in yellow within the canton, and these are surrounded by a circle of 13 white stars, symbolizing Georgia’s position as one of the 13 original U.S. States
Read more about the history of the Georgia State Flag at the State of Georgia Encyclopedia
At Liberty Flagpoles we do our best to give you one price that includes everything. With this in mind, we have decided to simplify our shipping process. All orders over $200 that ship through UPS or USPS ships absolutely free!
Any items that ship through freight/LTL shipping will incur a singular flat rate fee regardless of the quantity of poles or size. This is a $479 fee for freight shipping, and with that we are still sharing in the cost of shipping with you. We feel we owe that to you as our customer.
Our average cost for a 20-25' one piece flagpole is roughly $500 and costs only rise from there.
For orders under $200, we have highly discounted shipping rates to offer you and also provide multiple options to ensure you are getting the lowest possible shipping cost.
So we are doing our best to shield our customers from the fluctuations in the shipping industry.
Please see below for our current estimates on ship times - if you have any questions on shipping times please reach out to us directly.
Call: 1 800 314 2392
- Shipping for our heavy duty telescoping flagpole and flagpole kits is running approximately 3-6 days
- Our commercial flagpoles can take between 1-6 weeks to ship depending on stock and trucking availability.
- If you choose to have your flagpole anodized you need to add 3-4 weeks for the anodizing process to take place.
- As with all typical freight deliveries, the customer is responsible for unloading the item.
- For questions regarding commercial flagpole shipping, please contact us before placing an order.
- Please inspect the flagpoles prior to signing for the delivery. Any damages (or possible concealed damage) or shortages must be noted on the POD/BOL they sign, or the freight company considers it free & clear delivery. Liberty Flagpoles will not be responsible for damages noted after delivery was signed free & clear. Please contact Liberty Flagpoles immediately for freight damage or shortages, the window to report them is very short.
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