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The dark blue Vermont flag has a seal in the center, depicting a cow and hay under a tree. A banner reads “Vermont / Freedom and Unity”.
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Whether you're a resident or simply an admirer of the Green Mountain State, this Vermont flag is an excellent way to show your pride.

Our Vermont state flag is meticulously crafted from high-quality nylon, creating a lightweight flag that can fly even in gentle breezes. The nylon material is also quick to dry, which helps to prevent mildew buildup. The flag's design, featuring Vermont’s distinctive state emblem, is digitally printed to create UV- and fade-resistant colors.

Our state flag of Vermont is available in a range of sizes, from the small 12” x 18” to the large 12’ x 18. Flags 6’ x 10’ and smaller comes with a sturdy canvas heading and brass grommets, while bigger options come with a rope and galvanized thimbles. 

VT Flag Highlights:

  • Proudly made in America
  • Authentic 1923 design
  • 100% pure nylon
  • Strong canvas header for reliable support*
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets*

Are you planning on setting up a formal display indoors? Consider our Vermont flag finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.

*Flags smaller than 8' x 12' are designed with a classic header and grommets, while larger sizes are upgraded with a secure rope and galvanized thimble system.

Vermont Flag Meaning & History

The first flag that could be said to represent Vermont was the Green Mountain Boys flag, flown by the group of the same name in 1777. 

In 1804, Vermont adopted a version of the American flag with 17 stars and 17 stripes, representing the 17 states of the US, with the text “Vermont” at the top. This design was modified in 1837 to have just 13 stripes and changed the canton to include the state seal inside a large star.

The modern version of Vermont’s flag was first used by the Vermont militia during the American Civil War. This design was composed of the state coat of arms on a dark blue field. It was officially adopted as the state flag on June 1, 1923.

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Other Details

Capitol: Montpelier
Flag Adopted: April 17, 1923
Entered Union: March 4, 1791
Motto: "Freedom and Unity"
Nickname: The Green Mountain State
Known For: Mountains, Maple Syrup
State Bird: Hermit Thrush
State Flower: Red Clover
State Mammal: Morgan Horse
Famous Vermonters: Chester Arthur, Calvin and Grace Coolidge, JoJo, Grace Potter, Zosia Mamet