The story behind Pirate Flag of Richard Worley
Captain Worley set out from New York with a small band of pirates in search of fortune and exploits on the seas. Setting sail for the Bahamas, they had some success, including commandeering more cannons, more men, increasing from 8 to 25 sailors.
At the height of their glory, Richard Worley and his crew created their own pirate code stating that they would fight to the death if cornered rather than surrender to the government. To mark this turning point, they created the Richard Worley Flag.
The Jolly Roger of Worley Pirate
Richard Worley is not the most famous of the notorious pirates of the piratical age, but his Pirate Flag marked his era. Inspired by the famous Jolly Roger, his flag uses the legendary black cloth, but this time the skull and crossbones are placed on top.
If you too have a thirst for fortune, adventure and freedom, pay homage to Richard Worley, a free pirate, with his pirate flag.
Details of Richard Worley 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