This is a BROWN'S FLAG OF INDEPENDENCE 1835 3X5 PRINTED. It is NEW. It is PRINTED.This flag is said to have been designed by Capt. William S. Brown at Velasco in fall of 1835 and has been commonly confused with Capt. Dimmitt's bloody-arm flag (below) since it employs the same symbol.Tradition tells us that this banner was flown by Brown and his men at the Battle of Bexar and then again at Goliad where Brown was a signer of the Goliad Declaration of Independence. Afterwards Brown also went to San Felipe where the banner was again said to be flown prior to his return home to Velasco. It also may have been flown in front of the American Hotel on Januery 8, 1836, along with the Troutman flag of the Georgia Battalion.This Flag is made from 100% Polyester. It has a Cotton Canvas Header and Brass Grommets. The Fly is Double Stitched. The Flag Size is 3 Feet by 5 Feet. This Flag is BRAND NEW and NEVER USED. It is Excellent Quality and is Correct in All Details. We DO NOT offer flags at a low price and then overcharge for the shipping as some others do. This is a Great Flag for Reenactors or any TEXAS History Buff. It makes a Great Gift.