|This flag is unique in both its red, white and blue
alternating stripes and the seven pointed stars in the field. It is
named for the British ship H.M.S. "Serapis" that John Paul Jones captured
in one of the most famous sea battles of the Revolution. In winning
the battle, Jones's own ship the Bon-Homme Richard was so damaged
that he was forced to abandon his sinking ship and transfer to the
It was this flag that flew above the Serapis when it sailed into the Dutch Port of Texel.
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|MATERIAL:||Rayon, Mounted||Nylon, Printed||Nylon, Sewn|
|SIZE:||4" x 6"||3' x 5'||3' x 5'|
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