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Jolly Roger Pirate Flag 0.9m x 1.5m

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The Jolly Roger flag is an essential gor a pirate fanatic to fly off the back of any yacht or launch, a kids playground, or fly from one of our best selling sectional flagpoles.

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Product overview

The Jolly Roger flag is an essential gor a pirate fanatic to fly off the back of any yacht or launch, a kids playground, or fly from one of our best selling sectional flagpoles.

Need a new flag for your Sectional Flag Pole? This flag serves as a replacement or additional flag to the NZ flag included in our flagpole kit.

Jolly Roger is the traditional English name for the flags flown to identify a pirate ship about to attack, during the early 18th century (the later part of the Golden Age of Piracy). It went on to become the most commonly used pirate flag during the 1720s.

Easily attached with eyelet design.

FEATURES
• 1 x Jolly Roger Pirate flag
• Eyelet design
• Suits our Sectional Flag Pole 7.6M
• Great for your playground, home or boat

SPECIFICATIONS
Size: W 914mm x D 1520mm
Material: Polyester

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Jolly Roger flag

Completely happy with the flag price and delivery time all round top job

Gray Wellington
Flag

Good quality, and that also goes for the other 2 flags that I purchased. A NZ one and an ANZAC .

Jinx Canterbury
Jolly Roger flag

Great gift, purchased so we can call ourselves pirates and not drunks when we drink our rum

Rattz Taranaki