The Stars and Stripes Enamel Box


The flag of the United States, known as Old Glory, consists of thirteen horizontal red and white stripes and fifty white stars in a blue rectangle in the top left corner. The 50 stars represent 50 states, and the alternating red and white stripes commemorate the original 13 colonies.

The current flag design was adopted on July 4, 1960 after the admission of Alaska and Hawaii to the Union. It is the longest-used version of the American flag.