FREE DESIGN SERVICES | Risk-Free Ordering with Pay Later at Checkout | Free Proof with Every Order | Special 3-Day Turnaround

 
Product categories

New Jersey State Flag

$2699
Pay later
In stock
  • Beautifully printed stock flag for the Garden State
  • Created with enduring polyester material for outside and inside display
  • Includes the choice of a flagpole kit, or just the flag
  • Completed with grommets and header tape for easy mounting to flagpoles
  • Our flags are made in the United States
Quantity
Per Item
+
configurable 1 0

New Jersey State Flag Details

Let everyone see how much you love your home state with a New Jersey flag for sale. These flags are designed to be displayed indoors and outdoors due to the durable, outdoor-tested material and print. The flag is made from a tear-resistant but lightweight polyester fabric that keeps the flag in great shape after being exposed to the elements. The flag design is created using a modern dye sublimation printing process, which prevents the print from scratching or peeling off the flag. One side of the flag is printed with the graphic and the reverse-image bleeds through to the other side, keeping the flag lightweight and cost-friendly. If you need hardware to set up your flag outdoors, add either a handheld or wall-mounted kit to your order. The handheld option is for carrying the state flag of New Jersey while the wall-mounted hardware secures the flag to a porch or other flat surface. These NJ flags are the perfect addition to any home or business in the state of New Jersey.

Parts List:

  • Pre-printed flag
  • Optional flagpole of your choice

Material:

  • Outdoor Flag Polyester: Tear-resistant lightweight knitted fabric with excellent thru-print (3.25oz/yd²)

Specifications

Model Part Number Size Weight Includes
Flag Only DI8003 5ft x 3ft 0.4lbs Pre-printed flag
Flag & Hand-Held Flagpole DI0650 6ft 2.1lbs Pre-printed flag
Tangle-free aluminum flagpole
Removable black handle
Flag & Wall-Mounted Flagpole DI0653 6ft 2.9lbs Pre-printed flag
Tangle-free aluminum flagpole
Removable black handle
180° adjustable wall mount

Flag of New Jersey History

The New Jersey flag showcases the state’s coat of arms on a buff-colored background. It was first adopted by the state in 1896. The buff color of the NJ state flag dates to the uniforms of the New Jersey regiment during the Revolutionary War. The color became associated with New Jersey after it was assigned to the state’s regiment by George Washington. The Continental War Officers in Philadelphia decided to use the colors of the uniforms on the regimental state flag in 1780, more than a century before it was officially adopted by the New Jersey state flag. The coat of arms was created in 1777 by Pierre Eugene du Simitiere and was only slightly modified in 1928. While the flag has been in use for a long time, with the state seal and color unchanged, there was a contest in 2016 for a new flag with a winning design selected, but there has been no action taken to make it the new state flag, so the classic one is still in use.

New Jersey Flag Meaning

Plows: There are three plows on the shield to represent the state’s agriculture. This is important because the state has the nickname “The Garden State”.

Horse Head: The horse at the crest was previously used on early coins for the state.

Helmet: The golden helmet below the horse head stands for New Jersey governing their state themselves.

Liberty and Ceres: These are the two female figures on each side of the shield. Liberty holds a cap while Ceres has cornucopia. Liberty and Ceres refer to the state’s motto, which is written on the banner below them.

Streamer: The banner at the bottom of the emblem has the state’s motto, “Liberty and Prosperity” and the year 1776, which was when New Jersey became a state.

Buff: The background color of the New Jersey state flag refers to the uniforms worn by the New Jersey regiment during the Revolutionary War. The color was assigned to them by George Washington.

Jersey Blue: The Jersey Blue color used in the emblem is another color assigned to the regiment by George Washington during the Revolutionary War.

Sources:

  1. https://www.state.nj.us/nj/about/symbols/
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_and_flag_of_New_Jersey
  3. https://www.britannica.com/topic/flag-of-New-Jersey

California Residents

Proposition 65 Warning Click here for Proposition 65 warning

New Jersey Assembly Instructions

20ft flagpole setup video

Frequently Purchased With

Similar Products