The story behind Edward Low Flag
Edward Low was born in Bristol, England into a family of thieves and burglars. Violent and cruel by nature, Low left to try his luck as an adult to the new world.
Starting a family and losing his wife some time later, Edward Low decided to become an honest sailor and set sail on the seas. His character caught up with him, after a quarrel with his captain, he tried to kill him, but his shot missed and killed another member of the ship.
Forced to leave the ship with his fellow mutineers, Edward Low began his career in piracy. His popularity grew from capture to capture, exceeding a hundred ships, but Low was best known for his demonic and barbaric side. Indeed, the torture on the prisoners was ever more cruel and imaginative. The members of his crew were terrorized, he was a true demon.
Edward Low Pirate Flag, the captain’s call
Edward Low sailed with a fleet of 3 or 4 ships. The Edward Low flag Trumpet of Death was represented by a sailor blowing a trumpet in yellow on a green background. This pirate flag was intended to signal to the other ships in the fleet that a meeting was going to take place on Edward Low’s flagship.
Details of Edward Low Flag
- Jolly Roger flag adapted for outside (boat, mat) or wall decoration
- Printing : HD silk-screening for rich and brilliant colors giving an exceptional rendering
- Solid seams resistant to wind and rain
- White reinforcing strip on left side for hanging or hoisting the flag
- 2 x Heavy duty metal grommets (brass)
- Composition: 100% Polyester material, light and resistant, allowing to fly easily and proudly in the wind
- Dimensions: 2×3 ft (60×90 cm) or 3×5 ft (90×150 cm)
- Washable at low temperature