Liberty Flag - Relic Collection

relic
noun | rel•ic | /`relik/
1. an object surviving from an earlier time, especially one of historical or sentimental interest.  

The Liberty flag  - also known as the Moultrie Flag - was flown in defense of Sullivan’s Island in South Carolina against the British in 1776. The British withdrew, saving Charleston. The flag became the standard of the South Carolina state militia and was eventually used as the basis for the state flag. Here, we've taken the flag and fashioned it as a roundel.

• Semi-structured fit: medium structure, medium profile
• Constructed with a durable, rugged canvas


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