Minnesota flag with pole sleeve and fringe

Minnesota State Flag - Indoor Fringed

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At Flags USA, our Minnesota flags with fringe are:

  • 100% MADE IN THE USA—not just assembled in the USA, but manufactured here, too.
  • A dyed design that conforms to official state specifications.
  • Digitally printed on 200 denier nylon material.
  • Finished with a pole sleeve. (The pole sleeve—sometimes called a pole hem—can be used instead of grommets to hang a flag indoors; it slides onto any of our indoor flagpoles, and a small tab sewn inside the sleeve is used to attach the flag to the pole.)
  • Trimmed with gold fringe. (These flags are NOT recommended for outdoor use because the fringe is not colorfast nor is it stitched to the material in a manner that will withstand windy conditions.)
  • Suitable for INDOOR USE ONLY.
  • Typically used for ceremonies or for display in auditoriums, in courtrooms, on stages, or on podiums.
  • Ships in one to three business days.


The flag of Minnesota was established in 1957. The flag has a royal blue background with the Minnesota state seal in the center. Surrounding the seal are several circles:

  1. The outer circle is white with 19 gold stars (positioned to appear like a 5-pointed star), symbolizing that Minnesota was the 19th state to enter the Union after the original 13. (Minnesota was actually the 32nd state to join the Union.)
  2. The largest star at the top of the circle represents the North Star and the State of Minnesota
  3. The word MINNESOTA appears in red at the bottom

The circle inside the white circle has a blue background

  1. Within the blue circle are three dates in gold:
  2. At the top, 1858 is the year of statehood
  3. On the left, printed on a red ribbon is 1819, the year Fort Snelling was established
  4. On the right, printed on a red ribbon is 1893,the year the original flag was adopted
  5. Intertwined with the ribbons with the dates, are pink and white lady slippers, the state flower

The third inner circle is the state seal.

  1. At the top of the seal on a ribbon is l’étoile du nord, French for ""the star of the North"" (Minnesota's nickname is the North Star State)
  2. The setting sun is in the distance
  3. The horizon depicts the flat plains of Minnesota
  4. In the upper right are three pine trees,
  5. The Indian heritage is portrayed by the Indian on horseback
  6. A tree stump indicates the importance of Minnesota’s lumber industry
  7. Transportation and industry were dependent upon the Mississippi River and the St. Anthony Falls
  8. Agriculture is represented by a farmer plowing the land, his tools, an axe, his rifle and powder horn close by
  9. A tree stump indicates the importance of Minnesota’s lumber industry
  10. The Minnesota state tree is represented by three pine trees, also signifying the three regions of pine trees in Minnesota: St. Croix, Mississippi, and Lake Superior




At Flags USA, we've been selling flags and flag accessories for over thirty years so, if you have a question, we probably have an answer. Give us a call at 866-879-1776.

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