The Museum is your best source for a wide range of replica Confederate flags.

Custer 2X3 Cotton Guidon

General George Custer's wife, Libbie, created this famous swallowtail shape battle flag and personally delivered it to him on the battlefield on March 31, 1865 at Dinwiddie Court House near Petersburg, VA. The original was handmade of silk with the crossed sabers of the cavalry sewn into the middle. Custer flew this flag in every battle for the rest of his life until he was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876.

$29.00

Great Star Union 35 star 3X5 Flag

During the Civil War, the Union forces used four official flags with 33, 34, 35 and 36 stars .The 35-star flag was the one flown most extensively during this time. During the War, the Confederate State stars were not removed from the Union flags, as the Federal government would not recognize by removing stars. The 35-star flag flew over Union forces from Gettysburg, Vicksburg, and Appomattox.

$45.00

Union Cavalry 3X5 Guidon

This is the regulation cavalry guidon that was carried by mounted Union troops in the Civil War. It usually would be "customized" by placing a troop letter or other designator inside the circle of golden stars. The U.S. Cavalry later used guidons in the Plains Indian Wars. In fact, the cavalry was the last of the three branches of service of the U.S. Army to carry the Stars and Stripes into battle. This was also one of the three flags that Colonel George A. Custer and the Seventh Cavalry carried at the Battle of Little Big Horn

$45.00

US Eagle 20th Maine 3X5 Flag

The 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment mustered into Federal service in August, 1862. It became the standard for the unit eventually commanded by Joshua Chamberlain during the Battle of Gettysburg and the stacking of the arms in Appomattox.

$45.00

Hardee Confederate Battle Flag

Hardee Flag

Many groups adopted distinct battle flags due to the confusion of the First National Flag which, when furled, looked like the United States Flag.  The Hardee pattern battle flag was designed by Gen. Simon Buckner who led a division under Gen. William Hardee.

$45.00

Polk Confederate Battle Flag

Polk Flag

Many groups adopted distinct battle flags due to the confusion of the First National Flag which, when furled, looked like the United States Flag. The Polk pattern battle flag, which incorporated a St. George’s cross, was designed by Gen. Leonidas Polk, an Episcopal bishop before the war. It was issued to units beginning in January 1862. It incorporated eleven white stars on a red St. George's cross on a blue field.  Available in durable cotton only.

$45.00

Medium Virginia State Flag on a Stick

Medium Virginia State Flag on a Stick
100% polyester Virginia state flag measures 17.5 x 11.5 on 24.5 stick.

 

$4.95

Virginia State Flag

This is the state flag of Virginia, featuring the Virginia State Seal on a field of blue.  Measures 3' x 5'. Available in Polyester ($12.95).

$12.95

13-Star First National Confederate Flag

13-Star First National Confederate Flag

The 13-Star pattern on the First National Flag of the Confederate States of American, the true "Stars and Bars". Measures 3' x 5' in all fabrics. Available in Polyester ($12.95) and Cotton ($45.00).

$12.95
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