Named after Colonel Christopher Gadsden of South Carolina, this flag was first flown in early 1776 by the first Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Fleet. Its inscription "Don't Tread On Me" represented a warning from the colonists to the British.
This Gadsden Flag you will certainly be proud to fly
- Our Gadsden Flag flies beautifully and is a great way to show your support. Adhering to exacting standards, these outdoor grade nylon flags are expertly crafted in fade-resistant brilliant color, and are unsurpassed in authenticity and craftsmanship.