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The Delaware flag shows a soldier and a farmer on either side of a golden shield. In the shield are a green, blue, and white horizontal stripe. A sheaf of wheat, an ear of corn, and an ox are pictured on the shield. At the bottom of the flag is the date December, 7th 1787.
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Fly this Delaware State Flag to represent the first state ever to ratify the U.S. Constitution. Choose from one of our outdoor or indoor flags to best suit your personal requirements. 

Delaware Flag for Outdoors

Our American-made Delaware State Flags are manufactured with a lightweight nylon material that is designed to fly with ease. These flags are printed with high-quality ink to be both weather and fade resistant. This Delaware flag will attach easily and securely to an outdoor flagpole with its strong canvas header with brass grommets.  


  • Made in America
  • 1913 design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets
Delaware Flag for Indoors

For a more formal appearance, opt for our indoor flags with gold fringe. These flags look great in government buildings, police stations, and lodges. Give these regal flags the respect they deserve by displaying them on one of our indoor flagpoles.


  • Made in America
  • 1913 design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve

Note: The gold fringe on our indoor flags is not designed to withstand the outdoor elements. Keep this flag indoors. 

History & Meaning of the Delaware State Flag

The Delaware State flag was adopted on July 24, 1931, and is full of references to the colonial era when Delaware was one of the original 13 colonies. Delaware was actually the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution and the first state to enter the union officially. The date on the bottom of the flag, December 7, 1787, is the day this happened. 

The colonial blue field and the buff-colored diamond are said to represent the uniform colors worn by General George Washington. The diamond shape references the early state nickname of Delaware, the Diamond State. This nickname was used because of Delaware's great value and small size. The coat of arms depicts early occupational symbols for shipping, farming, hunting, and cattle ranching.


Other Details

Capitol: Dover
Flag Adopted: July 24, 1913
Entered Union: December 7, 1787
Motto: "Liberty and Independence"
Nickname: The First State, The Small Wonder, Blue Hen State, The Diamond State
Known For: History, Crab Cakes
State Bird: Delaware Blue Hen
State Flower: Peach Blossom
State Mammal: Grey Fox
Famous Delawareans: Valerie Bertinelli, George Thorogood, Aubrey Plaza, Ryan Phillippe, Paul Goldschmidt