Gadsden Flag: Don’t Tread on Me Sign
Don’t Tread on Me Sign inspired by the iconic Gadsden Flag
18 x 12 Color Print on Aluminum Road Sign
Our 18×12 Gadsden Flag Sign. This image has been used throughout American History, and was a potent symbol of Resistance and Freedom. Our Gadsden Flag inspired sign has the original rattlesnake symbol, with the Don’t Tread on Me Slogan, sitting on top of a faded 1776 American Flag with a distressed background.
The flag is named after American general Christopher Gadsden (1724–1805), who designed it in 1775 during the American Revolution. It was also used by the Continental Marines. The use of the Snake Symbol can be traced back to the publications of Benjamin Franklin — Specifically his 1751 Join, or Die Imagery. The rattlesnake symbol was officially adopted by the Continental Congress in 1778. It was then used as the official Seal of the War Office.
This sign is a great piece of wall art to hang in any garage, office, workshop or man cave.
Our 18×12 signs are made from painted white .040 aluminum sign blanks topped with a full color vinyl print. These signs are made to last and are perfect for any property; they can be easily mounted to any road sign mounting poles or on to any wall, fence, garage, or solid surface.
All our signs are made here in the U.S.A in our shop. We don’t outsource anything to China!