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Nevada Flag

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The blue Nevada flag has a seal in the canton, consisting of 2 sagebrush branches around a white star. The motto “Battle Born” is written above.
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If you love the Silver State, show your pride with this top-quality Nevada state flag. These flags are manufactured in the United States using nylon, a durable and lightweight fabric. This means that your flag will fly regally, even in gentle breezes. Furthermore, nylon is quick to dry, helping prevent mildew growth. The design is digitally printed onto the material, adding UV and fade resistance.

Our Nevada flags come equipped with a canvas header and brass grommets for easy hoisting on any of our outdoor flagpoles. Choose from a wide range of sizes, including our bestselling 3’ x 5’ flag. To help you decide what size of flag to buy, we’ve compiled a table of recommended flag size and flagpole height pairings.

Outdoor Nevada Flag Features:

  • Made in America
  • Official 1991 design
  • 100% premium, weather-resistant nylon
  • Sturdy white canvas header*
  • Brass grommets for secure flying*

*For easy installation, our flags up to 8' x 12' have a header and grommets, and for added durability, larger flags come with a rope and galvanized thimbles.

If you are thinking about setting up an indoor display honoring Nevada, consider our formal state flag finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.


An early version of the state flag had gold and silver stars and the words “silver,” “Nevada,” and “gold” emblazoned against a dark blue background. The following design, which was much more complex, featured a shield taken from the state seal. It also included a railroad on a trestle, a team of four horses drawing a wagon, a mine, a sheaf of wheat, agricultural tools, and a sun rising over mountains. 

In 1926, Louis Shellback III created a new flag design. He was an artist for the state highway department. This design was almost identical to the flag used today. However, at the time of its adoption in 1929, a state representative recommended that the state's name be added to the emblem. Instead, the name of the state was arranged around the star. The current Nevada flag, which became official in 1991, moved the letters of the state name to be written in a single line beneath the star.

Other Details

Capitol: Carson City
Flag Adopted: July 25, 1991
Entered Union: October 31, 1864
Motto: "All for Our Country"
Nickname: Silver State, Sagebrush State, Battle Born State
Known For: Las Vegas, Desert
State Bird: Mountain Bluebird
State Flower: Sagebrush
State Mammal: Desert Bighorn Sheep
Famous Nevadans: Andre Agassi, Harry M. Reid, Jessica Biel, Matthew Gray Gubler, Charisma Carpenter, Jenny Lewis