The Gadsden flag: Named after its creator, General Christopher Gadsden who created it in 1775 as the flag of the Continental Marines during the Revolutionary War. Considered to be America's first flag, this primitive flag is a symbol of patriotism.
Made from new birch wood and burned to expose grain, giving the flag a one-of-a-kind look. The snake insignia and famous "Don't Tread On Me" slogan are precisely engraved into the wood, a permanent and long-lasting asthetic. The flag is held together with 2 supports on the back. Coated picture wire is included on each product.
Available in 4 sizes to fit any wall space, ranging from 24" x 14" to 48" x 32"