First Mexican National Flag made in the USA. These flags are made printed on durable all-weather nylon and finished with a strong canvas header and grommets. The Mexico Flag (1821-1823) comes in sizes 12x18 in - 5x8 ft.
These flags are made to order.
History of the First National Flag of Mexico
The first national flag of Mexico, used from 1821 to 1823, was known as the "Flag of the Three Guarantees." This flag consisted of three vertical stripes: green, white, and red. The green stripe represented the independence movement, the white symbolized the purity of the Catholic faith, and the red denoted the union of Europeans and Americans.
The origins of this flag can be traced back to the Plan of Iguala, a document that outlined the terms for Mexico's independence from Spain. The flag embodied the principles of the plan, which aimed to establish a constitutional monarchy with the guarantee of Mexican independence, the Catholic religion as the official faith, and equal rights for both Mexicans and Europeans.
This flag served as a symbol of unity and aspiration for a newly independent Mexico, reflecting the ideals and aspirations of the nation during that transformative period of history.