Sons of Erin Flag – Nylon Embroidered
300D and 600D nylon available – Outdoor – Indoor.
Irish Confederate Flag.
This is a flag of the 10th Tennessee Regiment. Because of the large number of Irishmen in the unit the 10th was called the Sons of Erin (Erin meaning Ireland). It was called the Bloody 10th because of its casualties at the Battle of Ft. Donelson, about 50 miles northwest of Nashville. It fought to the end of the war, engaging in many brutal battles including Vicksburg. This flag was sewn by the Ladies Soldiers Friend Society of Nashville. It was green and gold, with an Irish harp. It has the embroidered words “Sons of Erin” and “Go Where Glory Waits You.”
Choose Double Nylon for the best quality
FLAG QUALITY AND USES
Construction: Nylon Embroidered 300D and 2 ply nylon 600D available
– Designs are embroidered on both sides (not printed)
– Design reads properly on the front side and backwards on the reverse (as per proper flag construction see here
– Superior look and feel to printed flags
– Bright thread adds texture and weight
– Long lasting, waterproof, tear and fray resistant material
– Double and quad stitched edges all around
– Reinforced grommet holes with metal rings for added durability
– Attaches easily to any flag pole
– 1 year “no fade, no fray” guarantee
– Outdoor display use on poles
– Permanent flag displays (i.e. not taken down at night/rain)
– Excellent for events indoor/outdoor, parades
– Schools, churches, civic uses
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