The Bedford Flag is the oldest extant battle flag of the American Revolution. It was borne by the Bedford Minuteman Company and flew at the Old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts, on April 19, 1775. The Latin inscription 'Vince Aut Morire' means 'Conquer or Die'. The arm emerging from the clouds represents the arm of God.
Popular favorite for generations, this colorful, nylon flag for outdoor use features sturdy construction including white cotton canvas heading and strong brass grommets.