Indiana Flags

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The Indiana Flags was created by Paul Hadley and officially adopted by the state on May 31, 1917. It was Indiana’s first official flag and has remained unchanged since then. The flag has a gold torch in the center that represents liberty and enlightenment; the rays around the torch represent their increasing influence. The nineteen stars represent Indiana’s order as the nineteenth state to join the States. The thirteen stars in the outer ring symbolize the original Thirteen Colonies, the following five inner stars represent the last five states added to the Union, and the big star above the torch represents Indiana state. You can purchase these flags down below.


  • Durable knitted or woven polyester fabric with direct to textile printing
  • Single (1 ply) or double-sided (3ply) printing available
  • 5 finishing options with grommets and sleeves
  • Perfect for indoor or outdoor use
  • No minimum order quantity! One off orders are welcomed!


Discount Table

Quantity 2 Flags 3-4 Flags 5-9 Flags 10-19 Flags 20-49 Flags 50-99 Flags 100+ Flags
Discount 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 50%

Quantity Discount
2 Flags 10%
3-4 Flags 15%
5-9 Flags 20%
10-19 Flags 25%
20-49 Flags 30%
50-99 Flags 35%
100+ Flags 50%