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4inch x 6inch (+$4.00)
8inch x 12inch on staff (+$9.00)
12inch x 18inch on staff (+$6.00)
12" x 18" NYLON Dyed (+$24.00)
Custom 12x18 inch NYLON-APPLIQUE SEWN (+$120.00)
Custom 16 x 20 inch NYLON-APPLIQUE SEWN (+$120.00)
2ft x 3ft NYLON Dyed (+$39.00)
Custom 2ft x 3ft NYLON-APPLIQUE SEWN (+$240.00)
Custom 2x3ft- COTTON- Applique Sewn (+$360.00)
3ft x 5ft NYLON Dyed (+$59.00)
Custom 3x5ft- NYLON-APPLIQUE SEWN (+$240.00)
Custom 3x5ft COTTON- Applique Sewn (+$440.00)
3x5ft Imported- Lightweight (+$24.00)
4ft x 6ft NYLON Dyed (+$69.00)
Custom 4x6ft NYLON- APPLIQUE SEWN (+$360.00)
5ft x 8ft NYLON Dyed (+$129.00)
Custom 5x8ft APPLIQUE SEWN (+$490.00)
6ft x 10ft NYLON Dyed (+$289.00)
Custom 6x10ft APPLIQUE SEWN (+$540.00)
Custom 8ft x 12ft Applique Sewn (+$740.00)
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UNITED KINGDOM FLAGS are available in a variety of sizes.  
All-Weather Nylon Fabric.  

Printed and all applique stitched flags are available.

A low-cost lightweight poly (Imported) is available in 3x5ft size.  These lightweight flags are not recommended for extended outdoor use.  Call for more info.

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland uses as its national flag the royal banner known as the Union Flag or Union Jack (despite popular belief, both terms are technically correct).[1]

The current design of the flag dates from the union of Ireland and Great Britain in 1801. It consists of the red cross of Saint George (patron saint of England), edged in white, superimposed on the Cross of St Patrick (patron saint of Ireland), which are superimposed on the Saltire of Saint Andrew (patron saint of Scotland). Wales, however, is not represented in the Union Flag by Wales's patron saint, Saint David, as at the time the flag was designed Wales was part of the Kingdom of England.

The flag's correct height-to-length proportions are 1:2.[2] However, the version used by the British Army modifies the proportions to 3:5 and also crops two of the red diagonals.

The earlier flag of Great Britain was established in 1606 by a proclamation of King James VI and I of Scotland and England.[3] The new flag of the United Kingdom was officially created by an Order in Council of 1801, reading as follows:

The Union Flag shall be azure, the Crosses saltire of Saint Andrew and Saint Patrick quarterly per saltire, counter-changed, argent and gules, the latter fimbriated of the second, surmounted by the Cross of Saint George of the third fimbriated as the saltire.[4]

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