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"Deeds not Words" 6th North Carolina Car Tag/Plate

"Deeds not Words" 6th North Carolina Car Tag/Plate

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6th North Carolina Infantry Regimental "Deeds Not Words" 

 This ornate two-sided flag of the Sixth Regiment North Carolina State Troops was made by Christine Fisher from her silk shawl. She presented it to the Sixth Regiment North Carolina State Troops commanded by her brother Colonel Charles Fisher who was later killed on July 21, 1861 at the Battle of First Manassas. It is documented that the flag was carried not only at Manassas but also at Gettysburg in July 1863. The flag was carried by veterans from the regiment on May 20, 1894 during the laying of the cornerstone of the Confederate Monument on the grounds of the North Carolina state capitol building. At some point the flag was returned to the Fisher family and in 1915 Colonel Fisher’s daughter, Frances Christine Fisher Tiernan presented it to the Hall of History. Tiernan had become an accomplished writer after the war using the pen name of “Christian Reid." [Read More]

The tags are made in the United States and are made to order, with an approximate 1-3 weeks of production time. 

- Front license plate with 4 mounting slots for easy mounting. Mounting hardware not included. Aluminum 6" x 12". Official standard license plate size.

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These decorative front license plates are made-to-order in the USA and take about 3 weeks to produce and ship.

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