Pattern: Postwar Florida State flag; wool, silk. White field with oval disk with painted Florida State seal in center. Native American figure on land in foreground to left; in background on right is a riverboat on water; mountains and a palmetto tree near the center.
Border: 2 inch gold metallic fringe on three sides; 1 1/4 inch white ribbon on hoist edge with ties.
Unit Designation: None.
Battle Honors: None.
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Postwar Florida State flag, made for the Florida Room of the Museum circa 1896. Only known surviving example of this pattern of Florida state flag, which was used from 1868-1900.
"A handsome State flag, of softest white, with seal of State painted on white silk in centre, new for the occasion...."