Baltimore City Flags

September 26, 2012

The flag of Baltimore is a flag with influences dating back to the 1600s when Maryland was one of the thirteen original colonies. The flag is rectangular with a battle monument, a local monument in Baltimore dedicated to the soldiers who fought in the War of 1812. This monument can also be found in the center of Maryland’s state seal.

A pattern of yellow and black make up the background of the flag. These colors and the pattern represent George Calvert, the English politician and colonizer and Governor of Newfoundland, who colonized Baltimore with his family. The Calvert colors and pattern also appear in the first and fourth quarters of the state flag of Maryland.

The United States Flag store offers several options for customers wishing to display the Baltimore City Flag. All flag options for the Baltimore City Flag are made of durable 200-denier nylon that makes the flag suitable for indoor or outdoor use. The Baltimore City Flags also feature acid dye construction and canvas headers and grommets for added durability. Options for the Baltimore City Flag include a 2-foot by 3-foot flag for $35.99, a 3-foot by 5-foot flag for $69.00, a 4-foot by 6-foot flag for $118.99, a 5-foot by 8-foot flag for $178.99 and an 8-foot by 10-foot flag for $248.99.


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