Royal Standard of Spain Flag
The Come and Take It Flag was made as a symbol of defiance by the Texans in the Battle of Gonzales. It was a minor battle in which Mexico unsuccessfully attempted to retrieve a cannon they had given Texas six years earlier. We have the Come and Take it flag and a lot of other historical flags, be sure to check out our entire collection.
This is the flag that Columbus planted on San Salvador (Wailing's Island) in the Bahamas on October 12, 1492. The embattled castle on the field of red represented the house of Castle and the red lion rampant on the white field represented Leon. This Spanish Flag of Ferdinand and Isabella, reflected the newly united Kingdom of Spain.
We stock 3ft x 5ft sizes in nylon for all historical flags we have available. The 100% cotton and single-ply polyester flags are made outside of the US and are excellent value. We also have great valueflagpolesand US flags made fromtough nylonorsuper durable spun polyesterflags