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Colour Guard Flag Collection

The Society remains delighted to receive additional flags and colours
 to enlarge its stand. As more research about the Revolution is done,
 new (old) flags are being found.

A brief description of each Society's flag is presented here, along with
 a colour drawing. You can click on the thumbnail picture of each flag
 to view a larger image.

Flags 51

51. The John Paul Jones Serapis Flag This flag was flown aboard the British frigate H.M.S. Serapis, and captured September 23, 1779 by John Paul Jones in Harbor of the Texel, Holland. It was given by the Society in honor of Katherine Galleher, long-time supporter of the Sons of the Revolution in the Commonwealth of Virginia.


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