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$28.00

Best quality for long-lasting outdoor use. Made of high quality nylon with brass grommets on the header and reinforced stitching on the fly end. Made in the USA.

Castile and Leon were first combined under King Ferdinand III in 1230 forming the Crown of Castile. Queen Isabel I was the monarch of the Crown of Castile when she married King Ferdinand II of Aragon in 1469. Isabel and Ferdinand were the patrons’ of Columbus’ voyage to the Americas and it was the flag of the Crown of Castile that was flown over the Spanish colonies in the Americas. Castile and Leon remained intact as the Crown of Castile until the 18th century when they were separated only to be recombined as the current autonomous community of Spain known as Castilla y Leon. Though the flag has many variations it has not been redesigned and remains, in essence, the same flag first adopted in 1230.

$41.00

Best quality for long-lasting outdoor use. Made of high quality nylon with brass grommets on the header and reinforced stitching on the fly end. Made in the USA.

Castile and Leon were first combined under King Ferdinand III in 1230 forming the Crown of Castile. Queen Isabel I was the monarch of the Crown of Castile when she married King Ferdinand II of Aragon in 1469. Isabel and Ferdinand were the patrons’ of Columbus’ voyage to the Americas and it was the flag of the Crown of Castile that was flown over the Spanish colonies in the Americas. Castile and Leon remained intact as the Crown of Castile until the 18th century when they were separated only to be recombined as the current autonomous community of Spain known as Castilla y Leon. Though the flag has many variations it has not been redesigned and remains, in essence, the same flag first adopted in 1230.

$13.00

Flagline.com's standard flag are constructed with high quality 100% Polyester. Made with a polyester header and brass grommets on the left hand side; they feature accurate, colorful and durable 3x5' reproductions of the various countries' flags.

Castile and Leon were first combined under King Ferdinand III in 1230 forming the Crown of Castile. Queen Isabel I was the monarch of the Crown of Castile when she married King Ferdinand II of Aragon in 1469. Isabel and Ferdinand were the patrons’ of Columbus’ voyage to the Americas and it was the flag of the Crown of Castile that was flown over the Spanish colonies in the Americas. Castile and Leon remained intact as the Crown of Castile until the 18th century when they were separated only to be recombined as the current autonomous community of Spain known as Castilla y Leon. Though the flag has many variations it has not been redesigned and remains, in essence, the same flag first adopted in 1230.

$3.00

Our 4" x 6" Castile and Leon stick flags are made from a high quality, silk-like polyester fabric. They feature a hemmed flag mounted on a black plastic 10 inch staff with a gilded spear point. These versatile stick flags can be used on tabletops and desks, to wave in parades, or to decorate flower arrangements.

Bases for the stick flags are sold separately and are available in our Accessories section.

Castile and Leon were first combined under King Ferdinand III in 1230 forming the Crown of Castile. Queen Isabel I was the monarch of the Crown of Castile when she married King Ferdinand II of Aragon in 1469. Isabel and Ferdinand were the patrons’ of Columbus’ voyage to the Americas and it was the flag of the Crown of Castile that was flown over the Spanish colonies in the Americas. Castile and Leon remained intact as the Crown of Castile until the 18th century when they were separated only to be recombined as the current autonomous community of Spain known as Castilla y Leon. Though the flag has many variations it has not been redesigned and remains, in essence, the same flag first adopted in 1230.

$2.50

Our shield patches feature each country's flag below the name, and can be sewn on or ironed on. Actual size is approximately 2.5" x 2.75".

$2.75

Our Lower Silesia lapel pins are a great way to show support or show off your heritage. The pins are die-struck from a high quality steel alloy and feature a butterfly clasp in the back. The recessed colors allow for finer reproduction of details and a top epoxy coating creates a surface smooth to the touch.

Size: 
.75" x 1"
Bulk Pricing: 
Quantity1 - 2425 - 99100 - 299300 - 9991000 - Unlimited
Price$2.75$2.25$1.85$1.55$1.25
$13.00

Made of a high quality polyester material, our Dura-Poly™ Lower Silesia flag measures 3' x 5' and includes vivid colors and an accurate design. Screen-printed on a durable 150 denier shiny polyester material and finished with a double stitched hem, this flag features a white fabric header with two brass grommets on the 3' side for easy display. The flag is best used indoors but can withstand occasional outdoor use. The authentic design is based on information from official sources.
 

Former Prussian Province

$2.75

Our Upper Silesia lapel pins are a great way to show support or show off your heritage. The pins are die-struck from a high quality steel alloy and feature a butterfly clasp in the back. The recessed colors allow for finer reproduction of details and a top epoxy coating creates a surface smooth to the touch.

Size: 
.75" x 1"
Bulk Pricing: 
Quantity1 - 2425 - 99100 - 299300 - 9991000 - Unlimited
Price$2.75$2.25$1.85$1.55$1.25
$13.00

Made of a high quality polyester material, our Dura-Poly™ Upper Silesia flag measures 3' x 5' and includes vivid colors and an accurate design. Screen-printed on a durable 150 denier shiny polyester material and finished with a double stitched hem, this flag features a white fabric header with two brass grommets on the 3' side for easy display. The flag is best used indoors but can withstand occasional outdoor use. The authentic design is based on information from official sources.

Former Prussian Province, now part of present day Austria, Poland and Czech Republic