New Zealand Flags
The New Zealand flag was introduced in 1869 but was not adopted until 1902. New Zealand gained independence from Britain in 1907. Before 1869 New Zealand used the British Union Jack flag. The blue background of the flag represents the sea and the sky. The four stars are positioned to symbolize the Southern Cross, a constellation that is prominent in the southern hemisphere. The Southern Cross represents the stars Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Delta and is used to show the location of New Zealand geographically. The Union Jack flag is used in the upper left corner to show the country’s British heritage.
Our top-quality New Zealand flags conform to all official specifications. Emblems and designs are executed with the highest possible degree of accuracy in regard to detail, color shades, placement and proportion to flag size.
Ideal for indoor or outdoor display, our world flags are made of Nyl-Glo 100% heavyweight nylon, and specially treated to minimize deterioration due to sun, wind and rain.
Our world flags are extremely durable, fast-drying, and boast brilliant, fast colors. These flags are also finished with strong canvas headings, reinforced stitching and large metal grommets.
Available in a variety of sizes from AmericanFlags.com and ready for immediate shipping to your door.