“What should I do with my old, worn-out United States flag?” is one of the most frequently asked questions at our flag store. Those who are familiar with All The King’s Flags know that they can bring us their... Read more
A flag for the holiday season? This might seem like a classic “Christmas Tree” flag, but in fact, it is an historic American flag, first appearing around 1775. Oddly enough, it is known as “The Pine Tree Flag” or... Read more
Have you seen this flag somewhere, perhaps flying on a residential pole or hanging in the front window of a home? Some people are confused about its meaning, and very few among us can remember when and why it... Read more
October 24 is United Nations Day, so designated in 1948 to honor the anniversary of the founding of the United Nations in 1945. The United Nations emblem on the flag represents its ultimate goal: world peace. The olive branches,... Read more
The face of George Washington, on the flag of the state of Washington, is known to most Americans (who remember American History 101). But George plays a part – albeit much more obscure – in the history of another U.S.flag: the... Read more
On this day, October 1, 1949, the first flag of the newly founded People’s Republic of China was adopted and hoisted on a pole overlooking Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. The flag was actually chosen as the result of a competition... Read more
It could be a contemporary political slogan, but in fact, it is a famous phrase uttered by the dying Captain of the USS Chesapeake, during the War of 1812. Captain James Lawrence lay mortally wounded aboard his ship, in the... Read more
It is ironic that today, amidst talk of the need for jobs and WORK, there is an effort to diminish, if not destroy, the foundation of early American workers and the “founders” of Labor Day – the labor unions. Perhaps politicians and... Read more
From the flag bearers in the opening ceremonies to buddies cheering on their soccer team at the neighborhood pub, the Olympics kindle the patriotic fire as nothing else can. What country could have been more proud than Great Britain... Read more
If you’re Hawaiian, or lived there – or are living there now – you know what this means: Happy Hawaiian Flag Day! July 31st was officially declared Hawaiian Flag day in 1990 by then Governor John D. Waihee III... Read more
The King family has been selling flags in Phoenix since 1965. It’s more than a business to us. For more information, please visit our main website www.allkingsflags.com and call (602)956-5999.
All the King’s Flags was founded by our father, WWII veteran Warren King, who believed in providing a full range of flags at a fair price. Even today All the King’s Flags has the largest and broadest inventory of flags in the Southwest, which includes not only US flags made in the USA, but also state, military and historic flags. We stock 194 United Nations member country flags in 3 sizes, too - and beautiful custom flags are a specialty. You can create a custom flag for your school, company, sports team and every occasion.
All The King’s Flags provides free freight on flags – from orders created online, by phone or in one of two stores (Phoenix and San Diego). Our knowledgeable staff has 100 years of combined experience, insuring customers’ flag and flagpole needs are met with expertise and efficiency. Orders are usually shipped the same day.
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