The Heritage American Flag Case Military Shadow Box features a unique hinged design and the best finely marbled solid walnut with an Heirloom Walnut finish, and an official die-struck solid brass medallion featuring the finely detailed authentic military logo of your choice, with matching color felt insert, fully authorized by the Department of Defense. This is the exact same flag case selected by the United States military to honor our American heroes who have fallen in the line of duty.
Display it open or closed to suit your mood. With its stunning, lustrous wood, and your choice of colored inserts (black, red or blue), The Heritage Flag Case is the hands-down choice for the discriminating individual who enjoys the very finest. Click to see a close-up to highlight the stellar craftsmanship.
Note how the fine wood gleams when illuminated, showing off the marbling inherent to the best solid cherry or oak (your choice) used to craft The Heritage Flag Case.Click to enlarge.
Free large deluxe black-on-brass engraved dedication plate — a $39.95 value. You create the message to commemorate the special person and occasion. Click to enlarge.
Choose the free recessed die-struck service medallion of your choice — a $39.95 value.Click to enlarge. See examples below.
Die-struck solid brass medallion
Antique finish, lacquer coating
Exact duplicate of Department of Defense military logos.
Medallion choices include: Great Seal, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Medallions.
Adhesive backing allows easy application to pedestals or the glass fronts of flag cases and shadow boxes
Great Seal of the United States medallion
Navy logo medallion
Marine Corps logo medallion
Air Force logo medallion
Army logo medallion
Coast Guard logo medallion
The Heritage Flag Case
A work of stunning beauty, The Heritage flag case features a unique and elegant design. The handsome, marbled, fine wood exterior features a special slot for your choice of die-struck service medallions, your choice of official military branch insert colors, as well as a free large black-on-brass engraved dedication plaque. The exterior opens to reveal the special items you place inside: a folded flag as well as medals or other memorabilia.
The Heritage flag case is so beautiful that it’s owned by such luminaries as Gen. Norman Schwartzkopf, who displays his retirement flag in his Heritage case. His letter can be seen below. This is also the flag case chosen by the United States Military for presentation to the families of our fallen heroes serving in the Armed Forces.
In fact, The Heritage flag case is meticulously hand-crafted by the same artisans who created the Presidential flag case chosen by President Ronald Reagan’s family to display his memorial American flag.
This flag case is crafted with the finest hand-selected solid walnut wood and heirloom walnut finish. If you click on the image of the Heritage flag case, you’ll be taken to a special close-up photograph. We invite you to note the fine marbling in the solid wood, indicating our selection of the choicest woods for the crafting of this premium heirloom flag case that will delight you and your family for generations. Click images to enlarge.
- Holds standard 5′ x 9 1/2′ Flag or Burial / Interment Flag
- Solid Walnut with Heirloom Walnut finish
- Free die-struck service medallion — a $39.95 value!
Choose from Great Seal, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Medallions.
- Free large black-on-brass engraved dedication plate — a $39.95 value! Note: Black-on-brass plaque can be changed to solid brass plaque. Simply note request in dedication message text box during checkout.
- Opens from front with hinged lid
- Hidden magnetic closure
- Integrated dust seal protects and preserves your flag
- Velcro insert in your choice of military service colors: black, blue or red
- Mount medals, etc, on included color felt insert. (Choose from 3 colors.)
- Wall-mountable if desired
- Instructions to mount medals
- Hand-crafted in America
- ID: 22 1/4″ x 11″ x 3 1/8″
- Free shipping with UPS!
A letter from Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf upon the receipt of his Heritage flag case: