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New Hampshire Flag

The dark blue New Hampshire flag has the state seal in the center. The seal depicts a ship at sea in front of a sunrise.
American and new Hampshire flags on outdoor flagpole.
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The dark blue New Hampshire flag has the state seal in the center. The seal depicts a ship at sea in front of a sunrise.
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Our American-made New Hampshire state flag offers versatility, allowing you to display this flag both indoors and outdoors. This flag is constructed from premium nylon, a weather-resistant fabric that is light enough to fly in gentle breezes. Nylon is a quick-drying material, which helps prevent mildew growth and enables your flag to fly after rain.

We offer the New Hampshire flag in a wide variety of sizes, including the standard 3’ x 5’. Each flag has a durable canvas header and brass grommets for easy hoisting on any of our outdoor flagpoles. If you want to add a state flag to the entrance of your home, we recommend attaching a 2’ x 3’ or 3’ x 5’ flag to our bestselling 6’ tangle-free flagpole.

NH Flag Highlights:

  • Produced in the United States
  • Authentic 1932 design
  • 100% high-quality nylon
  • Strong canvas header for durable flying*
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets*

*We utilize header and grommets for flags smaller than 8' x12' and rope and galvanized thimbles for larger sizes, ensuring added strength.

Are you thinking about setting up a formal display honoring New Hampshire inside? Take a look at our indoor version, finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve


Before 1909, the state of New Hampshire had numerous regimental flags but did not have an official flag. The New Hampshire state legislature adopted the first standardized flag and featured the state’s seal. This 1909 version of the flag was only changed once, in 1931, when a change was made to the state seal.


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Other Details

Capitol: Concord
Flag Adopted: November 30, 1931
Entered Union: June 21, 1788
Motto: "Live Free or Die"
Nickname: The Granite State
Known For: Nature, Maple Syrup
State Bird: Purple Finch
State Flower: Purple Lilac
State Mammal: White-Tailed Deer
Famous Granite Staters: Mandy Moore, Sarah Silverman, Franklin Pierce, Matt Czuchry, Eliza Coupe, Ray LaMontagne