Flags Unlimited offers the Georgia flag in several sizes and materials. From 4"x6" up to 12'x18'. Flags are available in durable nylon and strong polyester2 material. We also offer complete indoor flag sets with an 8' pole!
January 2nd, 1788 was the year Georgia became the 4th of the original colonies to become a state in the Union.
1879 was the year a flag was introduced to Georgia by state senator Herman H. Perry to memorialize Confederate soldiers that served in the American Civil War. Georgia’s first flag was a simple blue bar down the left-hand side and the alternating red and white bars on the remainder, resembling the “Stars and Bars” flag of the Confederacy. Added to the simple blue bar on the left-hand side in 1902 was the state’s coat of arms. By 1904, Georgia’s coat of arms began to appear in a white shield with gold outline together with a red ribbon. On the ribbon the word, “GEORGIA,” was written below the shield.