Flagzone FZ-2212051 3x5 Nylon Michigan Flag Heading
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In 1837, Michigan flew its first flag, and achieved statehood the same year. The seal was based on the arms of the Hudson Bay Company. The shield shows a figure on shore of Lake Michigan with the usual rising sun in the background. To support the shield is a moose, and an elk, and between them is the crest of an American eagle. This is similar to that on the arms of the United States, and the motto above the eagle is also taken from the arms of the USA. The motto under the shield is a curious one, which translates as "If you are seeking a pleasant peninsula, look around you". Only the seal was used on the first state flag, but later flags added the coat of arms on a blue background. The present flag is double sided and was officially adopted in 1911.
- Material - Nylon
- Size - 3 x 5 ft.
- Dimension - 9.5 x 6.25 x 1.5 in.