Officially Adopted: March 26, 1929
The state flag of Nevada is shown on a cobalt blue background. In the upper left quarter of the flag is a five-pointed silver star between two sprays of sagebrush, Nevada’s official state flower, crossed to form a half wreath.
Across the top of the wreath is a golden scroll with the words, in black letters, “Battle Born.” Those words signify that Nevada entered the Union during the Civil War.
The name “Nevada” is beneath the star in gold letters. The current Nevada State Flag design was adopted March 26, 1929, and revised in 1991.