Lone Pine Flag
Lone Pine Flag

Lone Pine Flag

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State flag of Maine from 1901-1909. There is a statewide push to have this flag replace the current state flag.

We opted for the (modern) variant we've seen flown mostly in the state although there are other known variants. More variants will be offered in the future.

Preliminary data (From CRW Flags)

On March 6th, 1901, "An act to establish a State Flag" was read in the State House of Representatives and referred to the Military Affairs Committee. It was read the next day in the State Senate and also referred to Military Affairs. The first draft of this act reads as follows:

"The State Flag is hereby declared to be blue, charged with the Arms of the State in the colors and as described in the Resolves of the State of Maine from 1820 to 1828, Volume I, Chapter IV.
'Resolve for providing a Seal, June 9th, 1820
Description of the Device, &c., of the Seal and Arms of the State of Maine.'"

The Military Affairs Committee read their report on this act in the House on March 15 and in the Senate on March 19; this report contained a new draft and was read by Frederick Walls of Vinalhaven with the recommendation, ought to pass. The new draft reads as follows:

"The State Flag is hereby declared to be buff charged with the emblem of the State, a pine tree proper in the center and the polar star (a mullet of five points), in blue in the upper corner. The star to be equidistant from the hoist and upper border of the flag, the distance from the two borders to the center of the star equal to about one quarter the hoist. This distance and the size of the star being proportionate to the size of the flag."


  • 3x2"
  • Woven
  • Hook Backing
  • Release: July 2023

2024 Edition

Our edgy interpretation of this historic flag incorporates a 6-pointed star and debuts a new pine tree we’re rolling into our designs for 2024.