During the Golden Age of Piracy, pirate ships used a number of distinctive flags that they would raise once they had another ship within firing distance, offering their prey a chance to surrender rather than risk fighting with no quarter. Here we offer a selection of excellent pirate flags used by some of the most infamous pirates in history like Calico Jack and Henry Avery, as well as the iconic Jolly Roger flag. These skull and crossbones flags, along with our other designs, often show off burn marks and other stylized wear and tear to give them a realistic look. Our buccaneer flags come in a range of different sizes, allowing you to choose the one that best suits the space you have in which to hang it. Some of our swashbuckler flags have been treated with a waterproofing agent to prolong their life when displayed outdoors. Many of our pirate ship flags feature grommets for ease of hanging, as well. Fans of Black Bart, Blackbeard, and other notables are sure to appreciate the bold look of these excellent canvas flags!
Is the pirates life for you? Well then, flag ahoy! Our Arrgh Matey Pirate Flag is an utterly piratey decoration that is perfect for use in your home, on your deck, or atop your ships mast! Want to show your pirate pride? Buy this!
One of the most infamous pirates on the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, Bartholomew Roberts, also called Black Bart, was the captain of the Royal Fortune. His first standard can be seen on the Bartholomew Roberts Pirate Flag.
Pirates represent adventure on the high seas, and few were quite as adventurous as the legendary Henry Avery. Raise the Jolly Roger of the one and only King Pirate practically anywhere with the Battle Worn Small Henry Avery Flag.
The pirate known as Bartholomew, or Black Bart, Roberts was infamous for his grudge against the Barbadians and the Martiniquians. He hated them so much, he made a flag, the Black Bart Pirate Flag, to advertise his enmity to them.
Perhaps the most feared pirate on the seven seas, Edward Teach, also known as Blackbeard, used fear and intimidation as weapons. Fly the Blackbeard Pirate Flag and use the fear of your enemies as a weapon to get your booty!
Called Calico Jack because of the fabric his clothing was made from, John Rackham is one of the most famous pirates from the Golden Age of Piracy. His standard, seen on the Calico Jack Rackham Pirate Flag, is a type of Jolly Roger!
Every merchant on the Seven Seas knows that the ships bearing the black flag with the skull and crossbones spell certain death. With the Eyepatch Jolly Roger, you can emulate the pirates of old and become a truly fearsome buccaneer.
Quite possibly the most famous of all the pirate flags, the Jolly Roger, as seen in the Jolly Roger Pirate Flag, has been flown by many pirate captains, including Edward England! Now you, too, can fly this iconic flag in your home!
The Arch Pirate Henry Avery was undoubtedly the most successful pirate of the late 17th century. The Medium Henry Avery Flag showcases his iconic emblem, adding a handmade touch from the Golden Age of Piracy to your home decor.
The skull and crossbones, known as the Jolly Roger, has been an iconic symbol since the early 1700s, or the Golden Age of Piracy. Now, you can fly your very own handmade Jolly Roger anywhere with the Medium Jolly Roger Flag.
This Pirate banner measures 48 inches in height and is 22.5 inches wide. The banner has a pirate ship with a black color pattern with a red background and a black bottom panel decorated with a skull and cutlass motif.
Back in the 16th Century, all sailors knew to steer clear of ships waving the jolly roger. The Age of Sail may be long gone, but you can still be the most terrifying house in all the Seven Streets when you fly the Red Bandana Jolly Roger.