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Historical Cross of Burgundy flags are USA made.
200 denier nylon, finished with heading and brass grommets.

Cross of Burgundy, Spanish Cross flag

Cross of Burgundy Desktop Flag
(Spanish Cross)
4"x6" soft nylon, miniature flags mounted on a 10" black staff
with golden spear point

Spanish Cross desktop flag

Desktop Flag Stands / Bases - for 4"x6" desktop flags
# 1-7 hole black plastic, #10 & 12 hole wood

Desktop flag stands

Cross of Burgunday (Spanish Cross) outdoor flags
are USA made of nylon flag material and are finished with a canvas heading and two brass grommets on the hoist side, 2 rows of stitching top and bottom sides and 4 rows of stitching on the fly side. They are attached to the flagpole by means of a halyard (rope) and flag snaps, or to smaller poles with flag fasteners.

Stock sizes for outdoor Cross of Burgundy flags are 3x5 ft, and 4x6 ft. Larger sizes 5x8 ft. and 6x10 ft. are available by special order. Please call for availability.

Cross of Burgundy desktop flags are made in the United States. Size is 4 x 6 inch, lightweight nylon material, hemmed all four sides, mounted on 10” black staffs with a golden spear point. Table top bases are available in black plastic to display from 1- 7 flags. Wood bases are available with either 10 holes or 12 holes to display additional flags.

1506-1785 - Historic Spanish military flag. The Spanish Cross flag (Cross of Burgandy dating from the late Middle Ages) has the serrated or roughened red saltire of St. Andrew centered on a white field. The flag was used by the Spanish crown and military. St. Andrew was the patron Saint of Burgundy and the emblem was introduced to Spain through marriage between the Duke of Burgandy and the daughter of King Ferdinand and Elizabeth of Castile and Aragon. Current versions of the flag continue to fly over the US Territory of Puerto Rico at the National Parks historic Spanish fortresses of Castillo San Cristo'bal and El Morro in old San Juan.

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