Brethren Of The Coast Flag - The flag of a loose coalition of pirates and privateers commonly known as buccaneers. Double sided, it is made of indoor/outdoor nylon and measures 3' x 5' with metal grommets.
The design of the Burgundy cross flag is based on the wooden cross where St. Andrew was crucified. The symbol was used by Spain, especially at sea, for many years. When King Charles the First ascended the throne, he adopted as his standard the Spanish Ensign, or "Cross of Burgundy", in honor of his father Philip, the Duke of Burgundy. This is the flag which led conquistadors from Florida to and across Mexico. Double sided, indoor/outdoor nylon. 3' x 5' with metal grommets.
While it has appeared on countless European coats of arms and flags over the centuries, the fleur-de-lis is particularly associated with the French monarchy. Made of sturdy polyester, the durable printing makes this suitable for indoor or outdoor display. Flag measures 3' x 5' and has 2 metal grommets making it easy to fly proudly.
Henry Avery (or Every) had aliases including John Avary, Long Ben and Benjamin Bridgeman. He is most famous for being apparently one of the few major pirate captains to retire with his loot without being arrested or killed in battle. He once paid for provisions with a Bill of Exchange drawn on a fictitious bank; a pirates version of a rubber check! Our reproduction of his flag is made of double sided, indoor outdoor nylon, measuring a full 3' x 5' with metal grommets.
King Edward III was one of the most successful English monarchs of the Middle Ages. He remained on the throne for 50 years. Having restored royal authority after the disastrous reign of his father, Edward II, he went on to transform England into the most efficient military power in Europe. This flag, the royal standard of England beginning in the 14th Century, is made of sturdy polyester with 2 metal grommets make it easy to fly proudly. The durable printing makes these suitable for indoor or outdoor display. Flag measures 3' x 5'.