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Pennsylvania Flag

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The dark blue Pennsylvania flag has a seal in the center, on which 2 horses flank either side of a shield containing a ship and plough.
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Celebrate the heritage of Pennsylvania with our state flags proudly produced in the United States. Each flag is crafted from durable, lightweight nylon, a material that ensures your flag will wave gracefully in even the slightest breeze. Nylon is also quick to dry and resistant to mildew, making it an excellent choice for outdoor use. The Pennsylvania state flag features a digitally printed design that boasts sharp details and vibrant, UV-resistant colors that stand up to direct sunlight.

Each Pennsylvania flag is equipped with a heavy-duty canvas header and brass grommets for securing to any of our outdoor flagpoles. If you’re not sure about the right flag size for your pole, check out our guide on flagpole heights and corresponding flag dimensions. The 3’ x 5’ nylon Pennsylvania flag size is the most popular, though we also offer it in 12” x 18”, 2’ x 3’, 4’ x 6’, 5’ x 8’ 6’ x 10’ 8’ x 12’, 10’ x 15’, and 12’ x 18’.

PA Flag Features:

  • Made in the USA, supporting domestic craftsmanship
  • Authentic 1907 state seal design reflecting Pennsylvania's rich history
  • 100% premium, weather-resistant nylon
  • Reinforced canvas header for durability in outdoor conditions*
  • Brass grommets for easy mounting and hoisting*

*For flags measuring 6' x 10' or smaller, the flag comes with a durable header and grommets for easy mounting. Larger flags are equipped with sturdy ropes and galvanized thimbles, offering more durability.

For indoor settings such as schools, governmental or corporate buildings, you’ll want our indoor Pennsylvania state flag. This version includes gold fringe and a pole sleeve for an elegant display.


Pennsylvania was the second state to enter the Union in 1787. The symbol shown in the center of Pennsylvania’s flag is the official state coat of arms. This design, also known as the Pennsylvania colony flag, was authorized by the General Assembly in 1799. Since then, the flag has only been changed once. In 1907, the General Assembly standardized the flag to make the blue background color match the blue of Old Glory. 


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Other Details

Capitol: Harrisburg
Flag Adopted: April 24, 1907
Entered Union: December 12, 1787
Motto: "Virtue, Liberty and Independence"
Nickname: Keystone State, Quaker State
Known For: Philly Cheesesteak, Heinz
State Bird: Ruffed Grouse
State Flower: Mountain Laurel
State Mammal: White-Tailed Deer
Famous Pennsylvanians: Louisa May Alcott, John Barrymore, James Buchanan, Rachel Carson, Bill Cosby, Reggie Jackson, Tara Lipinski, Arnold Palmer, Betsy Ross, Gertrude Stein