•   () Cart
    • Your shopping cart is empty.


1923 Arkansas State Flag

Going by the original meaning of the Arkansas flag that Miss Willie Hocker created, someone noticed something was missing from the flag. Arkansas had a fourth "country" it had belonged to. Arkansas was a member of the Confederate States of America from 1861 to 1865. To correct the omission, in 1923 the legislature added a fourth blue star above the letter "R" in Arkansas and moved the single blue star to a position above the last "A".

Made of quality nylon for a strong and durable flag. Specially treated to reduce sun and chemical deterioration. Includes brass grommets and a white canvas heading.

Made in USA! Click here for the history of the Arkansas Flag!

Mobile users: to view the grid properly, use the Columns down arrow to add columns or flip your device sideways. 

  • FBPP0000013327
Add to Cart Below


SKU:  Material Size Stars Price Quantity Status
HAR351923 Nylon 3 ft. x 5 ft. Printed $194.01 Call for Availability
HAR351923A Nylon 3 ft. x 5 ft. Appliqued $486.55 Call for Availability

Ratings and Reviews

Customer Reviews
Ecommerce & ERP Integration by Website Pipeline