Flag of New Jersey
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New Jersey's flag has a yellow-brown background. In the center is the state's seal, which features the Roman goddesses Libertas, with Phrygian cap on her staff, and Ceres with cornucopia. Between them is a blue coat of arms with three plows representing agriculture in New Jersey. Above them is a horse's head as an attachment for a helmet that is below. At the feet of the goddesses is a blue banner that contains the state motto: 'Liberty and Prosperity'. The year 1776 in the center of the banner represents the year New Jersey became a state.
In 1896, the flag was officially adopted.
New Jersey got its name from Sir Berkley and Sir George Carteret. Who received a Royal Charter for the land and named it after the small Jersey Channel Island where Carteret had grown up.
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The flag of the state of New Jersey in the country United States of America (USA) is one of the oldest flags of the USA and was used already in 1777. It was designed by General Washington himself. The flag consists of two squares, each of which has one color. The upper half is a light blue and the lower half is a dark yellow. In the center of the flag is the coat of arms of New Jersey, which depicts a red helmet, a blue eagle and a shield with three weapons.
The flag of the state of New Jersey in the country United States of America (USA) was first used in 1896. It consists of two horizontal stripes in the colors blue and gold and a coat of arms in the center. The coat of arms shows the arms of the province of New Jersey, the Liberty and the arms of the three old colonies that are now part of New Jersey.
The flag of the state of New Jersey in the country of United States of America (USA) consists of two equally divided squares in the colors blue and gold. The upper part is blue and the lower part is gold. In the center there is a coat of arms that adorns the flag. It shows a helmeted white bull's skull flanked by two red five-pointed stars.