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Missouri State Flag


Nylon State Flags

  • Constructed from long lasting 200 denier SolarGuard nylon
  • Nylon flags fly in the lightest breeze and shed water quickly
  • Provides the brightest colors for a great appearance
  • Best resistance to damaging ultraviolet radiation

 

Polyester State Flags

  • Constructed from ultra durable 100% 2-ply spun polyester
  • Longest lasting flag material available
  • Specifically designed for extreme wind conditions
  • Commercial flag pole recommended due to additional stresses   
Select a Nylon State Flag Size and Price
Select Dimensions Price Quantity
2 x 3 Ft Nylon State Flag $26.00
3 x 5 Ft Nylon State Flag $38.60
4 x 6 Ft Nylon State Flag $57.00
Indoor 3 x 5 Ft Nylon State Flag with Fringe $64.10
Indoor 4 x 6 Ft Nylon State Flag with Fringe $84.90
5 x 8 Ft Nylon State Flag $89.40
6 x 10 Ft Nylon State Flag $167.80
Select a Polyester State Flag Sizes and Prices
Select Dimensions Price Quantity
3 x 5 Ft Polyester State Flag $59.00
4 x 6 Ft Polyester State Flag $79.00
5 x 8 Ft Polyester State Flag $119.00
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About Our Flags

  • All of our state flags are constructed to the official design specifications of the individual state.
  • The state flags have four rows of lock stitching with back stitch reinforcements.
  • The top and bottoms of the flags have two rows of stitching along the hems.
  • The flags are finished with a white canvas heading and two brass grommets.
  • Our flags are all made in the USA by a manufacturer that belongs to the Flag Manufacturer's Association of America.







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Historical State Half-Staff Notices:


START: 2/27/2014
END: 2/27/2014
Flags to Half-Staff in Missouri in Honor of Lieutenant Bruce Britt

Missouri Governor Dixon has ordered that the flags of the United States and the State of Missouri at all state government buildings in Boone County be flown at half-staff on Feb. 27 in honor of Lieutenant Bruce Britt, of the Columbia Fire Department.

START: 9/5/2013
END: 9/5/2013
Flags at Half-Staff in Missouri in Honor of Jonathon M.D. Hostetter
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has ordered that the United States and Missouri flags be flown at half-staff on Thursday, Sept. 5 to honor the bravery and sacrifice of Private First Class Jonathon M.D. Hostetter. Private First Class Hostetter, age 20, of Humphreys, was a soldier in the United States Army serving in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. He died on Aug. 23 while serving his country in Wardak Province, Afghanistan.
START: 4/18/2012
END: 4/18/2012
US Flags to Half Staff in Missouri in Honor of Specialist Jeffrey Lee White Jr.

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has ordered that the U.S. and Missouri flags at state buildings in all 114 counties and the City of St. Louis be flown at half-staff on Wednesday, April 18, to honor the bravery and sacrifice of Specialist Jeffrey Lee White Jr.

START: 2/6/2012
END: 2/6/2012
US Flags to Half Staff in Missouri in Honor of Douglas D. Haase

Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that the flags of the United States and the State of Missouri at all state government buildings in St. Charles and Lincoln counties be flown at half-staff on Monday (Feb. 6) in honor of Douglas D. "Doug" Haase, a firefighter with the City of St. Charles Fire Department. Firefighter Haase died in the line of duty on Feb. 1, 2012.

START: 12/14/2011
END: 12/14/2011
Missouri Flags to Half Staff in Honor of Fred Guthrie Jr.

Flags will fly at half-staff at all state government buildings Wednesday to honor a Missouri State Highway Patrol officer who died while patrolling floodwaters in northwest Missouri in August.