Designating Flag, 4th Brigade, 3rd Division, 16th Army Corps


Wool bunting pennant flag. White field with red pie-shaped triangles formed by each corner. The edges of the triangles facing the center of the flag are convex. In the center of the flag is a blue cross in the shape of a circle. The cross resembles a Maltese cross whose outer edges are curved, forming a circle. White hoist with no grommets. The inscription on the hoist reads "3rd Div 4th Brg 16 Army Corps R. C. Toy 49 N 9th Phila."

Date Made: 1890-1897

Maker: Robert C. Toy

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United States: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Subject: FlagsCivil WarRelated Event: Civil War


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Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: AF.25246RCatalog Number: 25246RAccession Number: 64127

Object Name: flag, designating

Physical Description: wool (overall material)


Record Id: nmah_1371162

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