- Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 17.8 x 4.4 cm ; 363 g
- Shipping Weight: 454 g
- Item model number: HW7INEAGLE
- ASIN: B005EVJP8S
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 24 2013
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #168,477 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
America's Flag Company HW7INEAGLE 7-Inch Flagpole Ornament, Metal Gold Eagle
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- Flag pole ornament for the top of your flagpole
- Popular 7-Inch gold eagle design
- For indoor flagpoles
- For 15/16-Inch or 1 1/4-Inch diameter flag poles, sold separately
- Long lasting metal construction
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Customers use one word to describe America's Flag Company: Exceptional. And we wouldn't have it any other way, since 1898. This beautiful ornament fits the top of either a 15/16-Inch or a 1-1/4-Inch flagpole. The 7-Inch popular gold eagle design is made of metal and is meant for an indoor flagpole. America's Flag Company HW7INEAGLE Ornament, 7-Inch Gold Eagle .
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that flew away in hurricane Ivan.(Gosh, 2004. Has it been that long?) This one was beautiful, heavy gold metal. My flag pole is about 16 feet high made of 1 1/4 inch
steel pipe. I unscrewed the top 8ft section at the coupling and removed the round gold ball the old eagle perched on. The new one fit nicely inside the pipe. Used clear caulk around the base and inserted into the top of the pipe. Reconnected the pipe to the union fitting and adjusted the eagle position to the best view. Ran and got my wife to show off the return of our golden eagle. Just the right size and the price was very good too. Thanks Amazon.... Ole'P'Cola Bob
Of all the tips you can attach to the top of a US Flag flagpole, this one is among the nicest.
Don't drop the pole or bang the wings when moving the pole around....my Boy Scouts found this out on a similar one of these when they broke a wing off. A little JB Weld epoxy and gold touchup paint took care of it and it looked just like new.