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If you love the Silver State, show your pride with this top-quality Nevada State Flag. With all customary sizes available, you can choose an option that best suits your indoor or outdoor aesthetic. 

Nevada Flag for Outdoors

This flag’s durable nylon material is manufactured to wave regally in light winds. Our flags are fade and weather-resistant, so you don’t need to worry about displaying your flag even during Nevada’s hot summers. Try using an inground flagpole for a full outdoor display.   


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Note: Never use a hot iron on your flag without first reading our flag ironing instructions.

Nevada Flag for Indoors

Our made-to-order indoor flags are a worthy addition to any home or facility. These elegant flags are designed to have a pole sleeve with gold fringe on the 3 other sides for a more formal appearance. Give this flag the respect it deserves by hanging it on an indoor flagpole

  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Pole sleeve
  • 3 sides of gold fringe

Note: Keeping this flag outdoors will damage the gold fringe. 

Nevada Flag History

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 next design, which was much more complex, featured a shield that was 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 a man named 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 to this day. However, at the time of its adoption in 1929, a state representative recommended that the name of the state was added to the emblem. Instead, the name of the state was arranged around the star. The current Nevada flag, which became official in 1991, reflects his intention, with the letters of the name shown 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