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Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard, was one of the most infamous pirates of the Golden Age of Piracy. He terrorized the Caribbean Sea from 1716 to 1718, and his name struck fear into the hearts of sailors everywhere.


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Blackbeard's flag was a fearsome sight. It was black, with a skull and crossbones in the center, and a horned skeleton holding an hourglass and a spear piercing a heart. The flag was a warning to those who would oppose Blackbeard: surrender or die.

The hourglass represented the impermanence of life, and the spear piercing the heart symbolized the violence that would be meted out to those who resisted. The skull and crossbones were a common symbol of death, and they were often used by pirates to intimidate their victims.

The flag was also a way for Blackbeard to identify his ships. When Blackbeard's fleet appeared on the horizon, the sight of his flag would send a shiver down the spines of any sailor who saw it.

The flag of Blackbeard is one of the most iconic symbols of piracy. It is a reminder of the terror that Blackbeard and his crew inspired, and it is a testament to the power of fear in warfare.

Here are some additional facts about Blackbeard's flag:

The first known description of Blackbeard's flag appeared in a newspaper report in 1718.
The flag was likely designed by Blackbeard himself, and it may have been inspired by the flags of other pirates, such as Captain Kidd.
The flag was a symbol of Blackbeard's power and ruthlessness, and it was used to intimidate his victims.
The flag is still used today by some pirate enthusiasts, and it is a popular symbol of the Golden Age of Piracy.

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100% Polyester Bunting (The Real Flag Material)
Fitted with rope and toggle ready for hoisting
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Printed on a single panel, no joins
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