Civil Flag of Peace
3' X 5', fine nylon
Price: $50 + $7 S&H (in addition to any other S&H charges)
The American Civil Flag of Peace, which represents constitutional law and has been all but forgotten since the early part of the 20th century, is again available to the general public.
On June 1, 1799, Secretary of the Treasury Oliver Wolcott submitted his design for the Civil Flag of Peace to President John Adams for approval. It is significant that Wolcott turned the arrangement of the stripes ninety degrees to vertical to differentiate the new ensign from the U.S. Flag, to denote civilian authority under the Treasury Department, rather than military authority under the War Dept.
The Civil Flag, intended for peacetime usage, has vertical stripes with blue stars on a white field. By the Law of the Flag, this design denotes civil jurisdiction under the Constitution and common law as opposed to military jurisdiction under admiralty/military law.
Brent Johnson, General Manager of Freedom Bound International and host of the international hit talk radio show The Voice of Freedom, expressed excitement at the availability of the new flag. "This is more than just a new product. If you should have to go to court, bringing your own Civil Flag of Peace establishes the jurisdiction of the proceedings in your favor."
Freedom Bound International has obtained distribution rights to the Civil Flag of Peace. The flag is 3’ x 5’ fine nylon, has 16 alternating red and white vertical stripes, representing the sixteen states that were in the Union at the time the design was adopted, a white field with 50 blue stars, and is suitable for hanging display.
ALSO AVAILABLE!!! Civil Flag of Peace sew-on patch, 4" X 2.4", price $6.