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Calico Jack Pirate Flags

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John Rackham, also known as “Calico Jack,” was an English pirate famous for two reasons: his design of the famous Jolly Roger flag (a skull with two crossed swords), and for having two female pirates, Mary Read and Anne Bonny, in his crew.

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Calico Jack's flag was a black flag with a white skull above crossed swords. The flag was often flown from the mast of his ship, the Revenge, as a warning to other ships that they were about to be attacked.

The skull and crossbones were a common symbol of death, and they were often used by pirates to intimidate their victims. 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.

Calico Jack's flag was a simple but effective design. It was easy to recognize from a distance, and it sent a clear message to those who saw it: surrender or die.

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

Here are some additional facts about Calico Jack's flag:

The flag was likely designed by Calico Jack himself.
The flag was first seen in 1720, when Calico Jack's ship was captured by the British Navy.
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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Material
100% Polyester Bunting (The Real Flag Material)
Finish
Fitted with rope and toggle ready for hoisting
Ceremonial Flags
Printed on two panels with a join.
Type
Jolly Roger Flag