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American Flag 3x5 ft. Nylon SolarGuard Nyl-Glo by Annin Flagmakers, 100% Made in USA with Sewn Stripes, Embroidered Stars and Brass Grommets. Model 2460
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- Made in the USA! This is an AUTHENTIC Annin Flagmakers flag. SINCE 1847- the OLDEST and LARGEST manufacturer of flags. Made in our factories in South Boston, VA or Coshocton, OH by one of our OVER 500 employees. Don’t accept an imitation!
- Be a Part of History! Annin made the flag that draped Abraham Lincoln’s casket, the flag raised on Iwo Jima and the US flags sent to the moon. Own a piece of history by the HIGHEST QUALITY manufacturer of flags-FAMILY owned for OVER 167 Years.
- Quality! Expertly sewn using Annin’s HEAVYWEIGHT 200 DENIER NYLON fabric dyed in our VA factory with our exclusive SolarGuard™ dyes. PROVEN to last the longest and be the BRIGHTEST. This DURABLE fabric flies in a light breeze and blocks damaging UV rays.
- Expert Craftsmanship! SEWN stripes use double-needle LOCKSTITCH with 4 ROWS on the Fly Hem and Back Tack reinforcement. Vivid WHITE STARS are densely EMBROIDERED. Brass Grommets.
- Annin Presentation Box! Each flag ships in an OFFICIAL ANNIN FLAGMAKERS presentation box. Makes an excellent gift for friends, parents or to PROUDLY display on your HOME.
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American flag in the making
All flags are expertly crafted in factories located in Ohio and Virginia.
The best of 21st century technology
State, international and custom flags are digitally printed and screen-dyed to exact specifications.
Six generations of manufacturing in the U.S.
The oldest and largest manufacturer of flags, proudly manufacturing our country's symbol since 1847.
Densely embroidered stars
Vivid white stars are brilliantly embroidered for a beautiful presentation.
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Best all-around flag material flies in the lightest breeze.
Annin's most popular flag material, Nyl-Glo provides the brightest colors and best resistance to UV radiation.
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If you’re looking for a high-quality, U.S. flag made in America, there is no reason to look further than Annin Flagmakers. Since 1847, Annin Flagmakers has been the standard by which U.S. flags are made. As America’s largest manufacturer and distributor of U.S. flags, Annin Flagmakers takes great pride in having supplied Old Glory to every President since Zachary Taylor.
U.S. historical flags, the American flag that draped Abraham Lincoln’s coffin, America’s Cup yacht flags, the first U.S. flag raised at Iwo Jima, flags for the United Nations, American flags for the U.S. Olympic Committee, the U.S. flag at the 9/11 Memorial and the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. Annin has made them all. In the most patriotic of times, Americans look to Annin Flagmakers to supply them with the Stars & Stripes.
All of Annin Flagmakers U.S. flags are sewn in either South Boston, VA or Coshocton, OH and are shipped with a one-year ColorFast guarantee against fading. Homeowners, businesses, schools and municipalities currently fly U.S. flags made by Annin Flagmakers in cities, towns and neighborhoods across America. Annin’s superior quality is time-tested and meets the requirements of the most discerning buyer.
Nyl-Glo, Tough-Tex and Bulldog are registered trademarks and manufactured exclusively by Annin Flagmakers.
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I got my new American Flag today and when I opened the box it came in...WOW, a deep blue field and brilliant white stars. When I took my older colors down for retirement and had this on my flagpole my eyes beheld a beauty. But being a veteran I have never seen an American Flag that, to my eyes, is not a beauty to behold. Some may be older and a bit faded or possibly frayed on the flying edge but these are MY colors. MY national flag. The colors I served under. And every American Flag is a reminder to me of my country, my lost friends, and I swell with admiration anytime I see her and take pride in having served under her.
It seems to be a well made flag but only time will tell of its; longevity. I fly my flag 24/7/365 (well lighted at night) and have hopes of this lasting me for a good 6 months to a year - I replace my American Flag when it starts to become faded or frayed - and will update this concerning the durability.
One word about Annin's guarantee about free replacement against fading - it does not cover the regular fading of the blue field or red stripes that is common with nylon flags. The guarantee included with my flag states:
2 - Color guarantee applies to base color retention only. Both red and blue colors will not fade to orange and purple, respectively, as may be common on all other nylon US flags. Some color lightening may occur. This does not affect the usefulness of the flag and is not covered under this guarantee.
It's too bad Annin does not include this distinction in the mentioning of their guarantee. It seems to me to be a bit misleading and could make someone think that this flag will resist routine and regular fading. I have been flying nylon American Flags outside my home for decades and have never had the red stripes turn orange or the blue field become purple. But I only fly quality, Made in the USA flags so maybe this type of fading/color change could happen on some cheap imports - Heaven knows why any American citizen would want to fly an non-Made in the USA American flag but that is a choice they are entitled to in America.
Overall I am pleased with my new Annin flag.
It does have a nice brass rivit/hole thing in the corner, and I'm 85% sure once it's hung the passerby would never notice the flaws. I'm sure stiching 50 stars by whatever machine still takes some time, but to let the quality degrade to this point, seriously it's the flag, is poor. If I was living oversees and other people saw this it would be embarrassing. I get inexpensive but not like this.