The Nevada state flag consists of a cobalt blue field with a variant of the state's emblem in the upper left-hand corner.
The Nevada state flag features a cobalt blue field with a silver five-pointed star in the upper left corner. Below the star is the state’s name “Nevada,” encircling the star. Above the star, there is a yellow scroll with the words “Battle Born,” signifying Nevada’s entry into the Union during the Civil War. Below these symbols are two sprays of sagebrush with yellow blossoms. The Nevada flag is a prominent symbol of the state’s history and identity.
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