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The Indiana flag sticker can be purchased in packages of 4 or 12 stickers. The dimensions of the Indiana sticker are 5.5x10 centimeters. The adhesives are made of vinyl 200 g in adhesive PVC with a glossy plastic cover that makes them resistant to water and UV rays for 5 years. Buy the Indiana flag sticker The Alabama magnetic flag measures 3.5x5.5 cm and can be purchased individually or in packs of 4.
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Adhesive PVC Ideal for Indoor and Outdoor Environments

Magnetic Ideal for metal surfaces




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Size & Pricing Comparison table for Indiana:

Flag Format

Items in the bundle

Price

3.5x5.5 cm

Magnetic

1

Price:

2,00 €

(VAT included)

3.5x5.5 cm

Magnetic

4

Price:

6,00 €

(VAT included)

5.5x10 cm

Adhesive PVC

4

Price:

4,00 €

(VAT included)

5.5x10 cm

Adhesive PVC

12

Price:

11,00 €

(VAT included)

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The flag of Indiana consists of a golden torch that emanates golden rays, surrounded by 19 golden stars, in the blue field. The torch represents freedom and enlightenment and the rays symbolize its influence at a distance. The number of stars indicates the entry of Indiana into the United States of America as the 19th state; the arrangement of these stars is not random: the 13 stars in the outer circle represent the 13 colonies that gave life to the USA, the 5 inside indicate the five states that subsequently became part of the federation and the biggest star above the torch represents Indiana itself. The flag was adopted by the Indiana General Assembly in 1917, on the occasion of the celebrations for the centenary of the state (1916). The current design was the winner of a contest sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The author of the design was Paul Hadley from Mooresville.