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Fade-Resistant Twitter House Flag
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Fade-Resistant Twitter Appliqué Flag with Embroidered Stitching

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Fade-Resistant Twitter House Flag
$11.99
$11.99
Description
Two cheerful redbirds network the old-fashioned way on our colorful Twitter Appliqué Flag. Constructed of fade-resistant nylon that will remain bright and beautiful, season after season, it makes a charming accent for your house or garden. Appliqué design features embroidered stitching for excellent detail.

Fits standard house-size flagpoles and garden-size flag stands, available below. Flagpole is made of weather-resistant wood with anti-wrap tube and anti-slip flag clip. Aluminum Flagpole Bracket includes mounting hardware. In-ground Garden Flag Stand made from weather-resistant coated metal.

• Twitter appliqué flag
• Fade-resistant nylon
• Embroidered stitching
• Reversible

Size
House Flag 29"W x 43"L
Garden Flag 12-1/2"W x 18"L
Flag Pole, 1-3/4" dia. x 56"L
Flag Pole Bracket, 6-1/2"L
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Fade-Resistant Twitter House Flag
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Reviews
5.0 (based on customer reviews)

By Mar
5
Excellent Quality and Value
Comments about Product:
Flag colors are exactly as pictured. The fabric is not flimsy and feels more like a light weight felt. The wind will not allow it to curl around the pole. I was more than surprised at the excellent quality considering the price.
By Mar
5
Excellent Quality and Value
Comments about Product:
Flag colors are exactly as pictured. The fabric is not flimsy and feels more like a light weight felt. The wind will not allow it to curl around the pole. I was more than surprised at the excellent quality considering the price.
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